Master: On The Seventh Day God Created... Master

Master SKU: 42534792
Master: On The Seventh Day God Created... Master

Master: On The Seventh Day God Created... Master

Master SKU: 42534792

Format: CD

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Title: On The Seventh Day God Created... Master
Artist: Master
Label: Napalm
UPC: 8715392222726
Genre: Heavy Metal, Heavy Metal

Digitally remastered. Master's second album recorded by Scott Burns at Morrissound Studios! Classic 1990's Death Metal! One of the problems with looking back on a musical genre from a perspective years or decades removed from the core of the movement itself is that subsequent developments tend to obscure both a genres origins and threads within a tradition that died out without offspring. As a result, interesting and deserving albums often get lost in the shuffle as reviewers reflect on those albums most "influential" upon later achievements. Death metal pioneers Master are among those who have been shortchanged as a result of that phenomenon, and their 1990 masterpiece "On the Seventh Day, God Created... Master" remains a fascinating exploration both of the genre's roots and of spaces it might have occupied had different paths been taken. There are a couple of things that leap out immediately to even the casual listener. The first is the seeming primitivism of the music, with songs consisting of relatively brief, bludgeoning pieces driven by relentless rhythms, cyclic riffs and simple melodic hooks. The second is the realizationthat someone is playing some seriously insane, brilliantly constructed leads. In this case, that someone is Paul Masvidal, far exceeding anything he ever achieved with Cynic.

1.1 What Kind of God
1.2 Latitudinarian
1.3 Heathen
1.4 Used
1.5 Demon
1.6 Constant Quarrel
1.7 Judgement of Will
1.8 America the Pitiful
1.9 Whose Left to Decide
1.10 Submerged in Sin
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