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Motionless in White ~ Reincarnate (new)

Motionless in White ~ Reincarnate (new)


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4.83 / 5 based on 6 Reviews

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Lyricists: Drew Fulk; Chris Motionless; Ricky Horror; Tim Skold. Personnel: Tom Hane (drums).Audio Mixer: Dan Korneff. Photographer: Chad Michael Ward. Settling into the more industrial sound they started transitioning into with Infamous, Motionless in White deliver a more assured and consistent performance on their third album, Reincarnate. Blending the dark and seedy edge of Marilyn Manson with a driving, melodic edge, the album effortlessly combines the styles of the band's previous efforts, creating an explosive sound that feels more fully realized than anything they've done up to this point. From the outset, the thing that listeners will be initially taken aback by is how massive the record sounds. Songs like "Reincarnate" and "Dark Passenger" are packed floor to ceiling with monstrous guitars, twisting synth lines, and explosive drumming, giving the music a density that would be overwhelming without Motionless in White's knack for melody, which allows them to hook in listeners to even the most foreboding passages with ease. Not content to go at it alone, Reincarnate features some solid collaborations, with Cradle of Filth's Dani Filth dropping by on "Puppets 3 (The Grand Finale)," In This Moment's Maria Brink lending her vocals to "Contemptress," and Tim Skld sitting in on "Final Dictvm." With the album running close to an hour, the guest spots help to add a little something different here and there, mixing things up before they have a chance to go stale. With so much going on, however, it's hard to see how any Motionless in White fans could be bored with the offerings laid before them on Reincarnate. With so much confidence and gothic swagger, it's hard not to be entertained by this album, and listeners who may have been thrown by their inconsistent early work would do well to dive back into the abyss with this third effort. ~ Gregory Heaney see more...

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Motionless in White ~ Reincarnate (new)
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Ashley M.
Carmichael, CA
13 reviews
Probably one of my all time favorite bands. If you like bands like Marilyn Manson or The Cure then you will definitely like Motionless In White. I have seen them play live once and it was the best concert I have ever been to. Even if you haven't heard of bands like Marilyn Manson or The Cure you should still check them out they are really good.
Joe M.
Somers Point, NJ
8 reviews
Honestly a pretty good album. Instruments hit hard flow well with the vocal patterns. I'd recommend this to metal fans especially if you were a fan of any of their other albums. I still jam this album all the time!
Sarah S.
61 reviews
Reincarnate is one of my favorite albums from Motionless In White. I have not been disappointed on any album recorded from this band. Chris has amazing vocals and the lyrics are incredible from this cd. Every song is worth listening to.!!!!!
Madi F.
12 reviews
My favorite band of all time! Reincarnate is my favorite record that Motionless in White has written. I love the sound of Chris' voice, the guitar tone, and drum tone. My favorite song off of the record would have to be Break the Cycle. I think if you like motionless, then you would love this record.
Kaylee L.
806 reviews
This is a great motionless album! For anyone just getting into them or long time fans I think we can all agree that the sound on this record is killer! Sounds super manson inspired, Chris has incredible vocals!
Faith Z.
3 reviews
Motionless in white is one of my favorite bands, and this is one of my favorite albums by them. Chris's vocals are amazing, the lyrics are wonderful, and the rest of the band did great. this entire album is defiantly a must listen!!! 
Sabrina S.
Leesburg, FL
146 reviews
Does anyone else think he kinda sounds and looks like Davey Havok?

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