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Corroded - Exit to transfer

4.50
Reviewer:
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Release date: 2010-09-26
Label: Ninetone Records
Genre: Metal
Producer: Patrik Frisk / Corroded
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In 2009, the Swedish hardrock band Corroded made quite an impact on radio with "Time and again" off their debut "Eleven shades of black", the song also appeared on the popular reality tv show "Robinson" (aka Survivor). Only a year later, these massive riff makers are back with a brand new album in "Exit to transfer" and I must say I was a bit surprised to see an album so soon from Corroded but what a nice surprise it was. When other new rock/metal bands are flirtin with radio and the kids like Dead by April and Takida here in Sweden, the guys in Corroded are more interested in continuing the legacy of more honest hardrock.

Make no mistake, "Exit to transfer" rock real hard and don´t bother to look here if you want plenty of ballads or hit choruses to singalong to. This band let the riffs speak where some of the melodies will become modern classics like "Headstone" and "Forget about me". I could never imagined a Swedish band sounding like the amazing Savatage but these guys do, just listen to "I am your saviour" - hats off! And the track "The one" is the best song Disturbed never wrote, super metal is the word here people! Ohyeah, Corroded goes into my Top 20 album list of 2010 with a bang.

Tracklisting 1. My Hollow Shell
2. It's Up To You
3. Dust
4. Piece By Piece
5. I Am Your Saviour
6. All The Heroes Are Dead
7. The One
8. Forget About Me
9. The Scars The Wounds
10. Dead On Arrival
11. Headstone


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