Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Death Therapy - Voices 2019 ( Free Download )

Death Therapy - Voices 2019
Death Therapy - Voices 2019
Death Therapy appeared on the scene for many with their debut album, “The Storm Before the Calm”, in early 2017. An album that just dripped of a mix of industrial and metal, it was met with a positive response from both fans and critics alike. It elicited such a positive response in fact, that even at the time, it was hard to ignore that it set a pretty high bar for whatever might come next. Fast forward to March 2019, just a little over two years later, and we’re about to find out how the new album, “Voices”, one of the more anticipated releases of 2019, stacks up.

Our first taste of this release was the track “My Defiance” (featuring Josh Kincheloe of Glasslands) which dropped back in February. This track really heightened anticipation and maybe even raised the already high expectations for “Voices” among everyone who gave it a listen. “My Defiance” was followed up by “Feels Like Fiction” (featuring Garrett Russell of Silent Planet) and later “It’s OK” (featuring Matt Baird of Spoken). So by now, if you’ve been paying attention, you’ve already gotten a fair taste of what you can expect from the new Death Therapy album, but let’s take a minute or two and dig a little deeper all the same.

The album opens with what I would call an intro track, “Vice of Voices”. It’s not really a full track in terms of the typical song structure, but it whets the audible appetite for what lies ahead in the next 8 tracks as it bleeds into the first full song, “My Defiance”. Immediately, you’re reminded of the first album, “The Storm Before the Calm”, by the drum and bass patterns, but the addition of Josh Kincheloe’s vocals to the choruses give it something of an update and it works really well.

I love the track that follows, “Feels Like Fiction”. This song is a strong deviation from what most fans of the band are familiar with in several ways. The bass line is clean and smooth, especially prominent throughout the verses as it guides you along, accompanied by a clean vocal from Wisdom where the tone and melody are just perfect. The clean vocals on the verses of this track really make the song for me and are very well contrasted by the aggressive crushing choruses. The guest vocal on the bridge by Garrett Russell of Silent Planet provides a great break in the song with its spoken word style finding a home beautifully over the harder edged music beneath. Very well done. This song is the highlight of the album for me.

File Information:
Artist: Death Therapy
Album: Voices
Released: 2019
Style: Metalcore
Format: MP3 320Kbps
Size: 90 Mb
Track: 09 Songs
01.The Vice of Voices
02.My Defiance
03.Feels Like Fiction
04.The Reckoning
05.The Instability of Proto Man
06.It’s Okay
07.Resist the Eclipse
08.Darkening Counsel Part I Overture
09.Darkening Counsel Part Ii Inquisition