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Unsilent Phenomenon - The Renouncement
The next band I had to review come from the cold depths of Russia, and call themselves Unsilent Phenomenon. The biography that was included with the promotion disc said that this is their first album produced and that they follow a melodic death metal style with links to Children Of Bodom and such bands. In general this is just one of many bands that have cloned C.o.B, but never there was a band from Russia that did it.  
The album started out with a lot of C.o.B-riffs and after a few songs I knew enough. This is just again a copy of many bands that have done the same, some years before Unsilent Phenomenon did it. Fiddly diddly guitar solo's, which by the way do not sound original as well. Normally, I can listen to it a little while, but the whole album was really a big, BIG trouble for me. The 6 tracks that it spilled away were gruesome to my ears except for one, the last track. I have explained enough here about this album, just listen to your favourite Bodom record, take the quality of producing down and voila, you have created Unsilent Phenomenom..... Unsilent isn't English by the way and there are a lot more grammatical errors. Okay, forgiven because they are from Russia then. However, the music still hasn't made it's point to me and after 2 times listening I really had heard enough from this band, for the next 100 years.  
Hooray for Russia! This can be interesting for people that never tire of the same old crap with no room for originality. To those I advice to read another review that is written by somebody that digs this crap. Not me! Owh, by the way.... the album is entitled The Renouncement..... Renounce from this then.
Unsilent Phenomenon - The Renouncement
40/1001Details Independent
Released on Sunday Jan 1st, 2006
Melodic Death Metal

Writer @Mat-Core on Saturday Jan 14th, 2006

Tags: #Unsilent Phenomenon
Tracklisting 1: Renouncement
2: Prince Of Darkness
3: Prisoner
4: Apocalypse
5: Lover Diablo
6: When The Night Comes
Line up Max Kljuchnikov (guitars, vocal)
Sergey Balyakin (guitars, clean voice)
Dmitry Sorokin (bass-guitar)
Yegor Tkachenko (keyboards)
Ivan Tugay (drums)