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13
Apr
13

Music Review: As The Monster Becomes – Renascentia (2013)

By HIMANSHU SINGH RATHOR

As the Monster Becomes - Renascentia Album Cover Art - Size (500x500)Renascentia by As the Monster Becomes is an example of how much one can experiment with the technicality of Deathcore genre. The 6-track album is filled with a lot of sounds and a variety of styles while remaining mainly Deathcore. Highly inspired by Ring of Saturn and Viramemia, these guys seem more tempted by Ring Of Saturn‘s tone, but their structures and themes are pretty modernized and often easily transcend the deathcore style. Revelation is a ripping track, filled with double bass, break downs, delicious solos, and those keys in the background – it’s a juicy deathcore listen. Happy Easter, Jesus Will Not Respawn is a display of what band has done on the whole album: the psychedelic feel instantly kicking in with unhinged guitar pieces – at times it seems too fast to enjoy while having a toke. As The Monster Becomes have done very well in terms of creativity I would say this is not just an ordinary deathcore album; it is filled with its own sound, groovy melodies, head-numbing breakdowns and progressive nature. Renascentia could be just a showcase what these dudes have in them.

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