CD Review: Man The Destroyer – Man The Destroyer

Man The Destroyer CD Review By: TJ Liebgott
July 20, 2009

Man The Destroyer’s self-titled debut is a combination of metal mixed with both new and old school influences.  All the songs "borrow" from a variety of metal bands and genres.  I say "borrow" because Man The Destroyer make the sound their own to the point you can’t exactly pinpoint who their influences are.

Lyrically Man The Destroyer paints a bleak picture of humanity.  With songs about the true cost of freedom, sin and other social commentary, MTD are a band disillusioned and disenfranchised with the world around them.

Anger, frustration and human nature are all constant themes throughout the album.  With most albums, these ideas can seem hokey or contrived, but Man The Destroyer attacks them honestly and intelligently. 

Standout tracks include "When Freedom Falls," "Forever-June" and "Freak-Out," among 11 tracks of solid metal.

TTT1/2 (Out of 5)

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