Rings Of Saturn - Dingir album flac
Style: Death Metal, Hardcore
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Dingir ( /dɪnˈdʒɪər/) is the second album by American deathcore band Rings of Saturn. It was produced by Bob Swanson at Mayhemness Studios located in Sacramento, California. It was originally due for a release on November 20, 2012, but due to legal issues, the release of the physical CD was pushed to February 5, 2013
Rings of Saturn is an American deathcore band from the Bay Area, California. The band was formed in 2009 and was originally just a studio project. However, after gaining a wide popularity and signing to Unique Leader Records, the band formed a full line-up and became a full-time touring band. Rings of Saturn's music features a highly technical style, heavily influenced by themes of alien life and outer space.
Band Name Rings Of Saturn. Released date 05 February 2013. Labels Unique Leader Records. Music StyleTechnical Death. Members owning this album52. 1. Objective to Harvest.
Rings of SaturnПодлинная учетная запись sofSaturn 21 июн. 2018 г. Читать Читать sofSaturn. Читаю Вы читаете sofSaturn. Отмена Перестать читать sofSaturn. В черном списке sofSaturn в черном списке. Убрать из чёрного списка Убрать sofSaturn из черного списка. Ещё не подтверждено В ожидании: запрос на чтение от sofSaturn. Enjoy them all. Dingir and Lugal Ki En are my top, then Ulta Ulla and Embryonic Anomaly. 0 ответов 0 ретвитов 1 отметка Нравится.
It still feels over the top and self indulgent, yet on a lesser scale than Embryonic Anomaly. As can be expected when the guitars are as they are on Dingir, the drumming is fast and brutal utilising copious amounts of blast beats and double bass. Overall Dingir is an album that suffers from sub-par production values as much as song writing. Deeper and more traditional death metal production values would have greatly benefited the album. The stronger focus on song writing in comparison to their debut is a plus, and hopefully a similar improvement in structure will be found on their next release.
Speaking of Br00tz rank, Rings of Saturn just got promoted to fucking grandmaster general McFuck you up prestige levels. It’s shitty what happened with Dingir getting leaked, so I figured I’d do my part by showing my support for this album, because it’s fucking good. It’s rather odd, considering that I admittedly didn’t think the band’s first album was all that impressive. Dingir, however, is a monster.
Official stream of the completed album version of Dingir! (not pre-production). Roughly 42 min running time.