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The full discography of rock musician Mark Tremonti consists of eleven studio albums , three concert films , one extended play , one compilation album , and 30 singles in total, in addition to seven studio tracks on which he has appeared as a featured artist. Tremonti also serves as a co- producer on tracks 4—7 and 10—11 from this album.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: Creed discography and Alter Bridge discography. See also: Tremonti band. All musical elements are clearly audible, yet never overpowering the vocals. Special attention is given to the acoustic sections of "Providence" which quite frankly sound phenomenal, reproduced with stellar clarity. Drum beats carry pleasing amounts of clean bass as evidenced on "Flying Monkeys" as well as the aforementioned track.
No complaints to be found here. Criticisms stem from a slight similarity to Marks work with Alter Bridge in places and a tendency of carrying songs largely on choruses with short verses interspersed in-between. Effort could be made to make Van Halen more prominent overall aswell. Overall Cauterize is a fantastic second outing for this new supergroup and leaves fans ever hopeful for the continued growth of a modern rock icon in the shape of Mark Tremonti in all his endeavours.
A must own album for Metal fans. Tweet user ratings All I Was. A Dying Machine. On 6 Music Lists. Add a Comment. Gfunk June 12th 18 Comments. The drum work is stellar throughout with Whitlock proving to be a force to be reckoned with.
Special mention for the awesome work in and around the "Another Heart" solo. The bass guitar, while still understated is always there to provide solid backing and every note seems to be in place.
Not much else to say on that front. The solos are as tasty as ever and make for intriguing listening. The album is also more musically diverse with a greater number of slower, more thoughtful songs in the form of "Providence", "Dark Trip" and "Fall Again".
While none of these tracks constitute a true ballad in traditional terms, they do serve to slow the break neck pace of the heavy cuts very efficiently without trying to obviously be "that radio friendly ballad". In terms of writing the album bears much resemblance to Mark's back catalogue with themes of adversity and overcoming thereof and beginning again, without ever sounding whiny or angsty. Despite the generally morose lyrical content, the music still comes off as generally uplifting due to the relatable emotions presented in both the vocals and musicianship.
The tracks are ordered smartly to separate emotions into peaks of chest pounding inspiration and introspection-inspiring come-downs.
Production is solid all round, conducted under the eye of the long time producer of Mark's projects, Michael "Elvis" Baskett.
All musical elements are clearly audible, yet never overpowering the vocals. Special attention is given to the acoustic sections of "Providence" which quite frankly sound phenomenal, reproduced with stellar clarity. Drum beats carry pleasing amounts of clean bass as evidenced on "Flying Monkeys" as well as the aforementioned track.
Your browser is currently not set to accept cookies. Cauterize CD. Sold out! This item is currently not available.Mar 17, · The track listing for the CD is as follows: Radical Change Flying Monkeys Cauterize Arm Yourself Dark Trip Another Heart .