Metalcore/Electronica king's return with their most melodic album to date
The Browning has been churning out their brand of electronica infused deathcore since 2005. On their fourth full length album, 'Geist', they go for a slightly more melodic approach, expanding their unique range while staying true to their original sound. Although not as heavy as their previous efforts, 'Geist' is still a very good album with standout tracks such as "Octophobia", "Carnage", "Amnesia", and "Beyond Stone". The more melodic tracks--featuring clean vocals--include "Final Breath", "Noctis", "Awaken The Omega" & "Skybreaker". I commend The Browning for venturing out on 'Geist' and bringing us something slightly different, while keeping their bases in tact. Even though this is probably not my favorite release by The Browning, it's still very enjoyable and entertaining.
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