Mystifier - The World Is So Good That Who Made It Doesn't Live Here mp3 album

Mystifier - The World Is So Good That Who Made It Doesn't Live Here mp3 album
Heavy Metal
  • Performer:
    Mystifier
  • Title:
    The World Is So Good That Who Made It Doesn't Live Here
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Heavy Metal
Mystifier - The World Is So Good That Who Made It Doesn't Live Here mp3 album

  • Size FLAC version
    1986 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1560 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1933 mb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    754
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Credits

Mystifier - Primary Artist



Unirtay
Mystifier’s third album The World Is So Good That Who Made It Doesn't Live Here (verbose, but incorrect) is strange: not much in the musical style, but in the lyrics. Previously obsessed with Satanism, paganism and anti-Christianity, here they wrote lyrics about philosophizing, the imperfection of man in recent social times and tremendous, constant indecision about the future and destiny of people. Just look at the lyrics, definitely far from the previous blasphemous odes to Satan (“The man is born as a pure and wise animal, / But the society blinds him and taints him / If he becomes contrary to it, he'll suffer, like me, the consequences / Threatened, imprisoned, tortured, humiliated, doomed, killed and decapitated / No god, no devil, no one can save us from the human justice”, “A friend of mine / He died with a thousand of dreams in mind / To climb the stairs to heaven with honour to meet his imaginary god / A man who made never for himself and other people / Is he worthy of a so wonderful end?”, “Now, I guess, I'm my own god / Nobody tells me what i shall think and do / Will I be able to walk with my own legs? / During my existence, I've made nothing for myself / If they punish me... / I'm afraid / If that void grows again / I'll regret and die / "How may I help you, if you don't know what you want?")And musically? Despite being still scattershot as the band’s past material, several moments in the songs are incredibly melodic, and even the vocals, at times, mutate into pseudo-operatic cries. Other than the C-tuning, the album includes also progressive-styled scattershot songwriting, but also organ/piano/acoustic guitar solo sections, and the harmonies are definitely more varied and catchier than in past offerings, although if the scarce production make them still seem raw and unadulterated. Fans will hardly recognize the band, though the offering isn’t exactly the total opposite of the band’s previous style.Highlights: “Give the Human Devil His Due”, “Moonick (Why Does It Never Rain on the Moon?)”.