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Review: Rings of Saturn – Dingir

Rings of Saturn - Dinger
Rings of Saturn – Dinger
Rings of Saturn - Dingir
Rings of Saturn – Dingir

The album Dingir gets it’s official release on February 5, 2013. I had a chance to listen to this album since the band has put a high quality stream of the album on YouTube.

This is Rings of Saturn’s second album. They have gone through eight people since the band has formed, most of them still being in high school. They are extremely talented and this album shows their full potential. With Ian Bearer on vocals this album is mind blowing. The amazing riffs and solos from Lucas Mann and Joel Omans gives the album a “deathcore” feeling.

The album starts out with a song called “Object to Harvest.” This is personally my favorite song on the album. It has an eerie intro and throughout the whole song Lucas and Joel are playing their hearts out on eight string guitars.

Halfway through the album the song “Faces Imploding” comes on. This song immediately starts with insane riffs and Ian Baker playing as fast as he can on drums. Thirty-eight seconds into the song Ian starts with his deathly lows with the words,

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This is the path you will be subject to follow
Burrowing into the mind, I ever approach to eviscerate such filth
Manifesting beneath skin to dwell within luscious organs
Rewriting the human code.

If you are not familiar with this band, they have always had a unique way of writing lyrics. This album ends with the song “Utopia.” This song is an instrumental, and the thing I like most about this song is the fact that you can actually hear their bassist, Sean Martinez, play. He does an amazing job. He’s very talented.

I believe this is the only song on the album that actually has “emotion.”

Overall, I believe the lineup is much better than their previous album, Embryonic Anomaly. Even though most members in the band are very young, they have so much potential and I can’t wait to hear what the next album will sound like.

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Review: Rings of Saturn – Dingir