All Origin Reviews:
origin: Omnipresentcompact discs
Origin: Omnipresent

Released: Jul 4, 2014. Genre: Technical Brutal Death Metal. Label: Agonia Records, Nuclear Blast. Number Of Tracks: 13. Continuing to showcase the cream of the crop tech death metal talent, Origin also strike a healthy balance of energy and atmosphere in "Omnipresent."

POSTED: 07/14/2014 - 07:05 pm

7.3
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5
origin: Entitycompact discs
Origin: Entity

Released: Jun 7, 2011. Genre: Technical Brutal Death Metal. Label: Nuclear Blast. Number Of Tracks: 11. "Entity" is a re-affirmation of Origin's sound, showing they have the drive to keep going even after a fairly weighty career behind them. If you loved them before, then you'll most likely still love them now, but new listeners of the genre should be a little cautious.

POSTED: 06/17/2011 - 05:51 am

7.2
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7
origin: Antithesiscompact discs
Origin: Antithesis

Released: Apr 1, 2008. Genre: Technical Death Metal. Label: Relapse. Number Of Tracks: 10. I went into this album expecting it to be another wank-fest, and that thought ended around the middle of the first song.

POSTED: 01/04/2010 - 03:14 am

8.4
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origin: Echoes Of Decimationcompact discs
Origin: Echoes Of Decimation

Released: Mar 15, 2005. Genre: Rock. Styles: Death Metal/Black Metal, Heavy Metal, Speed Metal. Number Of Tracks: 9. If you enjoyed the previous Origin albums, then you'll enjoy this one as well. Same relentless sound with two different vocals. Origin has succeeded on improving their sound and it's so powerful it's overwhelming, which is a good thing.

POSTED: 04/12/2005 - 05:23 am

9
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