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God Forbid - IV: Constitution Of Treason (9/10) - USA - 2005

Genre: Hardcore / Thrash Metal
Label: Century Media
Playing time: 50:24
Band homepage: God Forbid

Tracklist:

  1. The End Of The World
  2. Chains Of Humanity >mp3
  3. Into The Wasteland
  4. The Lonely Dead
  5. Divinity
  6. Under This Flag
  7. To The Fallen Hero
  8. Welcome To The Apocalypse
  9. Constitution Of Treason
  10. Crucify Your Beliefs
God Forbid - IV: Constitution Of Treason

Thank God the guys didn't break up during their last CD because the world would have missed out on a great band. I didn't think it would be possible to beat "Gone Forever" thanks to its anger and melody, but the boys should be proud of themselves as they have outdone themselves here. The sound has been refined and what you are treated to is another classic album in the making. Byron has a very good grip on his voice as he can scream and sing clearly without blinking. Corey's drum skills only get tighter and better with each release and as far as the Doyle Brothers go they throw down some serious riffage that combines aggression, melody that makes for a top notch performance.

 

The guys are pissed off once again and it's all about American politics. If you did poorly in school with American history, then this should be your guide book till the day you die. Just when you thought that the boys had it all in the last release, they come back on here heavier, more melodic and more intense. "Chains Of Humanity" doesn't fool around as all of the main ingredients are in here and needless to say that they have hit another homerun and showing everyone else in the business just how it's done. There is absolutely no stone unturned as they lay it all on the line once again and craft another masterpiece that should make Metal fans proud of. You would be foolish not to pick this up. (Online April 9, 2006)

Joe Florez



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