Disbelief – 66Sick Review


Link: Disbelief

The Inside Pulse:
Hailing from Germany, Disbelief releases their sixth studio album entitled 66Sick. While they have received no exposure in North America, this album may prove to be the one that definitely puts them on the map this side of the pond.

Positives:
This is totally what metal should be. The guitars are fast and chunky, the drums kick out the double kicks, and the vocals have a tremendous balance between throaty scream and melodic singing, although the latter isn’t as prominent as the former.

Negatives:
The only negative about this album is that Disbelief is too late to the party. There’s a lot of bands that sound like Disbelief here in North America, which is a shame, because they could have broken through huge.

Cross-breed:
Soilwork with a touch of Jamey Jasta from Hatebreed’s vocals.

Reason to buy:
An absolute joy to listen to if you’re a metal fan. There is absolutely no reason not to own this album as it would fit perfectly into your collection. While not original, it’s a very solid disc.

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