- Performer:The Concubine
- Style:Death Metal,Heavy Metal,Grindcore,Doom Metal,Sludge Metal
- Date of release:2006
- Recording location:Clay Creek Studios, Newark, DE
- Size FLAC version1200 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1507 megabytes
- Size WMA version1840 megabytes
- Formats:AA APE MIDI AC3 DXD MP2
Band Name The Concubine. Released date 08 August 2006. Labels Corrosive Recordings. Music StyleDeathcore. Members owning this album3.
Yes, at barely 30 minutes, the album is obviously a little too brief, but given the intricate nature of its songs, digesting more than that in one sitting would likely prove far too challenging for most young listeners, dying to get back to their video games.
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According to the band's Myspace, The Concubine has disbanded, citing "other interests and careers" as the reason for the break-up. "Ten of Metal's Best Kept Secrets" by "The 616", DeafeningSound.
Such is not the case with New Jersey's The Concubine. Their debut record, Abaddon displays strong musicianship and strong songwriting. The direction isn't always sure, but it's always there, and Abaddon is a well-rounded effort because of it. An intense listen from beginning to end, the album is chock full of guttural screams, blazing blast beats and torrid riffing. All of those elements are encapsulated in "Regnum Cruoris," a song that refuses to stay fixated at one speed or on one chord progression.
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THE CONCUBINE "Abaddon". Depending on your listening preferences, that can be a very good thing or a very bad thing. On their second album (and first for Corrosive Recordings) the New Jersey group tears through eight tracks of what one might term modern death metal, the kind that has metalcore elements (those familiar chugs, breakdowny parts), but is not exactly metalcore. Most fans of the style will be pleasantly surprised at the 29 minutes of "Abaddon", even if much of it will sound familiar
CreditsThe Concubine - Primary Artist
Matt Digise - Member of Attributed Artist
Jeff Herron - Member of Attributed Artist
Dan Pilla - Member of Attributed Artist
Nick Rotundo - Engineer
Kyle Smith - Group Member, Member of Attributed Artist
Dave Stahl - Composer, Group Member, Member of Attributed Artist
Nicholas Zampiello - Mastering
|1||Battle and Valor Dave Stahl||The Concubine||1:55|
|2||Amaranthine Dave Stahl||The Concubine||4:23|
|3||Millenia's Ghost Dave Stahl||The Concubine||3:34|
|4||Shape Shifter Dave Stahl||The Concubine||3:29|
|5||Hyperthralldom Dave Stahl||The Concubine||3:33|
|6||Regnum Cruoris Dave Stahl||The Concubine||4:25|
|7||Oracle Dave Stahl||The Concubine||3:50|
|8||The Conflagration of Shagri-La Dave Stahl||The Concubine||4:02|