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Dreaming Underneath Destruction

Band
TypeEP
Released
GenresThrash-Death
LabelsIndependent
Length22:00
Reviews :  1
Comments :  0
Total votes :  1
Rating :  90 / 100
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Submitted by level 2 kain_686 (2009-11-17)
Last modified by level 21 Eagles (2011-05-10)
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Dreaming Underneath Destruction Information

Track listing (Songs)

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1.Dreaming Underneath Destruction3:23-0
2.My Suicide4:07-0
3.The Villain`s Demise4:19-0
4.Guillotine 06:04)-0
5.Summer`s End4:04-0

Line-up (members)

  • Samer Zaza - Vocals
  • Ali Khalil - Vocals
  • Maya Mamich - Female vocals
  • Skeeter - Guitar
  • Sami Zreik - Drums
Credits: Drums were done by Sami Zreik , All Guitars and Bass were recorded By
Skeeter .Vocals on " Dreaming Underneath Destruction" and "Summer`s End" were
done by Ali Khalil , Vocals on "My Suicide" " The Villain` Demise"
"Guillotine" were done by Samer Zaza , Female Vocals on " The Villain` Demise"
"Guillotine" were done by Maya Mamich. Guitar Solo on "My Suicide" was played by
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Dreaming Underneath Destruction Reviews

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Reviewer :  level 2   (90/100)
Date : 
Coming out with hard hitting beats and raging vocals, Slumpark Correctional manages to break free from your traditional 1980’s metal scene. This new band has its roots in Syria and you can even hear it in their music. While thrashing and bashing, oriental tunes flush out a sound that is refreshingly unique. Female vocals that appear on some of the songs tend to give harmony to the rage while the male vocals are brutally deep.

The band was put together by visionary artist skeeter who plays lead guitars and writes the lyrics for most of the songs.

I was pleasantly surprised with ‘Summer’s End’, a song that sounds medieval and spacey all at the same time. While some songs are meant for hardcore fans some songs such as ‘Guillotine’ can easily satisfy music lovers from all ages and social backgrounds.

‘Dreaming Underneath Destruction’ is an angst ridden parody that epitomizes global hatred for destruction and mass killings. Written at a time when the world is questioning US foreign policy in Iraq, this song is musically mature and thought provoking. ‘The Villan’s Demise’ follows in the theme of social and political inequality while adding a certain tuned-down alternative thrash sound.

‘My Suicide’ brings the band’s first album a personal touch with feelings of agony oozing out. While still tackling politics at its core the song manages to bring the spiritual realm in touch with the world we live in.

Musically, Slumpark Correctional has a
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Slumpark Correctional Discography

Album titleTypeRelease dateRatingVotesReviews
▶  Dreaming Underneath DestructionEP9011
EP6611
EP7011
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