All in all this was a pleasantly surprising . it came out back on and slipped right below the radar. It’s a solid effort, and while the sounds quality isn’t the best, the musicianship is what I am focusing on most. The bass is awesome, the fact that you can hear the bass gets points, because they have a talented bassist on this, and it’s good to be able to hear that talent. Often times I find that the bass is masked by all the other instruments and vocals, but with Equipoise, Hugo shines. I do have to point out the programmed drums. While I get it, its flawless, as you can “program” them, it lacks a human element. Drummers that have tech death talent are, hard to find. However, there are still a handful of drummers out there that are session drummers. Drummers for hire if you will, like Kevin Talley, pretty sure you can throw any tech death sounding project at him, and he can pull it off. That’s what Equipoise needs, either a drummer, or to get someone like Kevin Talley or Hannes Grossman to do the drums. You will get the quality of programmed drums, but it adds the human element, and that gives the music more power. The . has a few instrumental tracks and while they are enjoyable, I’d prefer there was more tech death to go along in this . Maybe the next release will have more, I will certainly be looking forward to any other music coming from Equipoise, and I also would like to point out that Equipoise has been donating all proceeds to Jason Becker’s Foundation. Not sure who Jason Becker is, google him. If you are a guitarist and don’t know him, you should do some homework, but for all others if you don’t know him, check him out. He has influenced many guitarists you are a fan of. So all in all I have to give this . a 7/10 \m/ it’s an . which don’t get me wrong I love .’s but there was a lot of instrumental. The sound quality could have been better, but this is the first release by Equipoise. Nick is a killer guitarist and we feel they will hit us with something far heavier, far more complex, and raise the bar in the process in the near future. Not to mention the rest of the talent in the band/ on this . you can tell when their is a lot of talent and the members have a strong appreciation for the music. Also its worth mentioning that they recently joined the Artisan Era family. So yeah shits going to get real soon.
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