All that Remains' Behind Silence and Solitude
is another quality metalcore record from the label that has brought us
Caliban and Heaven Shall Burn.
Unlike these two bands, All that Remains concentrates
less of choking you with intensity. The heavy, semi-crunchy riffs are
punctuated with very tasty melodic solos that provide a refreshing contrast.
The band shows it isn't afraid of easing off entirely from the aggressive
metalcore attack by including excellent jazzy breakdowns.
By putting out a record that doesn't go for the same
formula perfected by Heaven Shall Burn, and by giving us a metalcore record
that is more groove-oriented and melodic, Lifeforece has given us a reason
to have room for all three of these quality groups on our personal CD
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