The End Of All Things To Come review by Mudvayne

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  • Released: Nov 19, 2002
  • Overall Impression: 10
  • Reviewer's score: 10 Gem
  • Users' score: 9.7 (22 votes)
Mudvayne: The End Of All Things To Come

Overall Impression — 10
Metal heads rejoice, Mudvayne has put out a new album and the band is better than ever. Mudvayne is a band with amazing talent that take melody, complexity, musicianship and speed and come out with something that is way beyond mindless low-tuned bashing. This album goes from melancholy on songs such as "World So Cold" and "A Key To Nothing" to blinding fury in "Silenced", "Shadow of a Man" and the title track "The End Of All Things To Come". The combination of breakneck drum beats, mind blowing bass, crushing guitars and gut wrenching vocals provides for a metal album that is simply perfect. This may not seem true to a fan of a different genre but to someone who likes angry, heavy, head banging music such as myself, the album is flawless.

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