Ygodeh are a band originally from Latvia but now relocated to England that plays a very symphonic, progressive and technical form of death metal and this is a review of their 2013 album "The Experiment Failed" which was released by Inverse Records.
The album starts out with symphonic sounds which bring in elements of classical music and a few seconds alter heavier parts and death metal growls start mixing in with the symphonies along with melodic guitar leads and the music also starts getting more experimental.
When the music goes into the second song faster riffs are added in while also keeping around the slower parts and symphonic elements while also adding in melody and high pitched screams and after awhile progressive and technical riffing is adding in along with the bass guitars sounding more powerful and as time goes on by elements of electronic music are added onto the record along with a small amount of blast beats and spoken word parts and on the last song there are some acoustic guitars a nd violins which also enhance the variety of the music.
Ygodeh show a great amount of originality with their music and they take 90's sounding underground death metal and mix it in with electronic, symphonic and classical music to create a sound only they can call their own.
Song lyrics cover dark and philosophical themes, while the production has a very strong, powerful, heavy, old school and professional sound where you can hear all of the musical instruments that are present on this recording.
In my opinion Ygodeh are a very great sounding symphonic death metal band and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this album> RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "To Down" "Eternal immortal" and "Trance orchestra". 8/5 out of 10.