A Predator's Portrait (Nuclear Blast Records, 2001)

Album review

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Holy Crap...This is good stuff. As if The Chainheart Machine wasn't cool enough, this is possibly even heavier and, dare I say it? more melodic. The guitar work is nothing short of amazing, riffs and solos intertwining in a melodic crunch with well placed keyboards filling in everything else...killer stuff. If there's any fault with this album it's that you can't really hear the bass. But other than that it's European death metal or whatever the hell you want to call it, at it's finest, ranking up there with In Flames "Clayman".