Through the Discipline - _Our Lady of Death_
(Independent, 2002)
by: Adrian Bromley (6 out of 10)
I'm not sure what to make of the music of Through the Discipline after numerous listens. Musically the band plays a kaleidoscope of death metal numbers, drawing several different mood swings and styles, each unique in their own right, thus bringing a strong sense of variety to their music. One of the things that I think TtD's music need to adjust a bit more to make more of an impact are the vocals of singer Mike Centrone. He isn't a bad singer, I just find his death metal growls are a tad bit weak for the heavy set stuff that the band churns out, and as for the much more slowed down parts, his vocals seem out of place. The band has a good death metal stride intact, they just need to tighten the wheels and make sure they don't fall off during their death metal blitz. I know the potential is there for TtD; there is just a little bit of tweaking needed for it all to fall into place for music fans and critics to take note. Choice cuts: "Requiem Mass" and "Hunted Down".


(article published 12/4/2002)

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