Slave One are a band from France that plays a very progressive and technical form of death metal and this is a review of their 2016 album "Disclosed Dioptropic Principles" which will be released on March 25th by Dolorem Records.
Melodic chants, atmospheric sounds, tribal beats and exotic female vocals start off the album and also mix in with the heavier sound a few seconds later along with all of t he musical instruments sounding very powerful and you can also h ear a lot of prog elements in the bands musical style and the vocals are mostly death metal growls.
Spoken word parts can be heard briefly while some of the riffs get very melodic at times and when guitar solos and leads are added into the music they bring in more of a technical style to the bands musical style and a great amount of blast beats can be heard when the music speeds up and the songs also bring in a great mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts and some songs also bring in a decent amount of clean playing and some songs also shows the music getting a little bit more experimental while also adding in some traces of Hindu music and spoken word parts.
Slave One plays a style of death metal that is very progressive and technical sounding while the band also has more of an original approach to the genre, the production sounds very professional while t he lyrics cover philosophical, esoteric and metaphysical themes.
In my opinion Slave One are a very great sounding progressive and technical death metal band and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this recording. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "The Antikythera Mechanism" "For Shiva Whispered the Universe" and "Degenesis". 8 out of 10.