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Taken By The Tide
There Is no such Thing as an Atheist in a Foxhole (2010)

Reviewed: 10/10/2011

Rhythmic insanity, this! Like a heavier version of The Dillinger Escape Plan, perhaps. Did that get you interested? Then read on... Taken By The Tide hail from Nottingham, England and 'There Is no such Thing as an Atheist in a Foxhole' is their debut release. This sounds very professional, both playingwise and productionwise, for a debut release. The sound is organic and covers anything from trebly to bass frequencies. This is some kind of math metal, which I've never truly understood. Maybe that's because I sucked at math in school, he he. I bloody well hated that subject, no matter how important it is in some branches of science. I simply feel that this kind of music hardly has any kind of structure. It go through many tempo changes all the time, filled with quirky and dissonant guitar...

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