Underoath: Disambiguation review

Maintaining absolute ferocity and soaring melodic lines, with a conscientious preaching of the message of God, “Disambiguation” heralds the return of Underoath and their Christian melodic metal fuelled by anger, alongside a buoyancy of downright anguish. Ranging from thrashing rhythm of “Illuminator” to the hauntingly uncomfortable simplicity of “Paper Lung,” the album creates an unforgettable presence of voyeur and discovery. It’s a step beyond “Lost in the Sound of Seperation,” with vividly dissimilar sonic textures; but pulsations and fades at the heart are maintained at the helm with arbitrary fluidity. 9

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