Power of Metal.dk Review

The Final Revolution
Style: Metalcore
Release date: 25 November, 2013
Playing time: 36:41

Fourteen albums and they are still the band that knows how to mix hardcore with metal. Still the hardcore influences form the majority, but like in their early years they add the metallic sound. Their debut album 'Foul Taste of Freedom' is still the album that made a lot of bands decide to play metalcore. They were probably the first and they still show that they are on top.

The album is heavy like in their early years and do remind me of albums like their debut and 'Contents Under Pressure'. On every song they play with the enthusiasm of a couple of young hungry dogs and you hear the pleasure in playing. After 22 years of existence this is a big compliment. Instead of producing the umpteenth album on automatic pilot they still shine. The short tracks are all nice crossover tracks with the typical Pro-Pain sound. In my opinion one of the better albums Pro-Pain released in the last 10 years.

Every Pro-Pain fan will be pleased with this album.

01. Deathwish
02. One Shot One Kill
03. Southbound
04. Problem Reaction Solution
05. The Final Revolution
06. Can't Stop the Pain
07. All Systems Fail
08. Want Some?
09. Fall From Grace
10. Emerge
11. Mass Extinction
12. Under the Gun
Label: Steamhammer/SPV
Distribution: Playground Music (Scandinavie)
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: 27 November, 2013
Website: www.pro-pain.com