Undying Light - Fallujah

Undying Light

Fallujah

  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2019-03-15
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

Tracks

Undying Light - Fallujah
Carátula Frontal Undying Light - Fallujah Portada

Reviews

  • Did Fallujah just Amo me?

    2
    2 / 5
    By Datognigga
    After a full listen, yea. Yea they did.
  • Undying Light

    5
    5 / 5
    By Brian7269
    Darker, less technical, but more atmospheric. Subtly mesmerizing and very listenable. Vocals seem to carry intensity and support atmosphere to great effect. Seems like a more “human” Fallujah. Still extremely emotive but in a different way. Undying Light requires some maturity from the listener (some don’t react well to change...), but feels like a genuine record that Fallujah needed to make. You don’t always have to be the critic. Just enjoy music.
  • Fallujah in a new light

    5
    5 / 5
    By MeisterKranvagn
    First things first this is not a tech death album and that is not a bad thing at all cause I expect bands to change when their lineup gets shifted. This album definitely has the fallujah sound when it comes to the atmospheric elements what’s new is that this album has progressiveness to it and I loved it, there are some songs that are uptempo but not anything like tech death. The vocals work really well, at first I was skeptical cause I loved Alex’s vocals so I wasn’t sure how I was gonna enjoy their new vocalist from hearing the single but it completely grew on me the more I listened to it. Overall don’t expect guitars being lit on fire but expect a progressive atmospheric journey. I thoroughly enjoyed this album and I’m looking forward to see what this new “light” of fallujah has in store. 🤘🤘
  • Can’t wait!!!

    5
    5 / 5
    By Braaaaaaaappp
    Awesome new workout music!!! Such a great sound with new vocalist, been waiting for this release for a while. 🤘🏻🤘🏻
  • Lost identity

    3
    3 / 5
    By Sinfjotli43
    I’ve really tried pretty hard to find the merits in this new direction, but it’s such a jarring departure from the Fallujah I know and love that it’s difficult not to see this as anything but a huge letdown. After the first song, I was hoping that the rest of the album would be better, but after this second song, I think my worst fears about this album have been realized. The monotonous screaming vocal aesthetic kills it for me, and the rest of the music sounds uninspired and dull compared to the heights they normally soar to. Are they in mourning? It sure sounds like it here. Three stars is charitable.

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