The Deathisodes are a band from the United Kingdom that plays a very melodic form of death metal mixed with other genres and this is a review of their 2013 album "Inside the Universe of Horror" which was released by UKEM Records.
The album starts out with electronic music sounds along with drums and melodic solos which also leads to death metal growls and screams and the music goes for a heavier direction along with blast beats.
As the album progresses you can hear more modern and progressive metal elements being added onto the recording and the vocals also start utilizing more thrash and hardcore elements while keeping around the death metal parts and after awhile blast beats and clean singing make their way onto the record as well as a small amount of spoken word parts.
When the album goes into other songs you can hear a good amount of power metal influence in some of the vocals and musical instruments and there are also symphonic elements being utilized at times and on the last song acoustic guitars are brought into the music.
On this album The Deathisodes show a great amount of diversity, while the main core is melodic death metal you can also hear elements of hardcore, thrash, groove, djent, power and progressive metal as well as a great amount of symphonic and electronic music influences and every song has a special quest and with all of these elements and session musicians the music ends up having a very original and diverse sound.
Song lyrics cover dark and philosophical themes, while the production has a very strong, powerful, heavy and professional sound along with the bass guitars being mixed down low in the mix.
In my opinion The Deathisodes are a very great sounding modern and diverse melodic death metal band and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Dead Arsing" "Silenced To Decay" "Project Omega" adnd "When Death Walks Behind". 8/5 out of 10.