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A very nutricious slab of modern Death Metal, skillfully combining the Gothenburg-style sense of melody and guitar harmonies with the aggression and sheer force of American DM.
The songwriting is very good, there's a lot of catchy riffs and often beautiful solos and harmonies, which create a cosmic, dreamy landscape and nicely contrast with the brutal rhytm guitars, never letting up the intensity.
The performance of the musicians is excellent, especially the varied drumming and the vox - if i haven't seen a picture, i would have never realised there's a lady behind the mic. Sometimes, apart from the usual deep grunting, she also incorporates kind of a blackish shriek. The songs are complex, with a lot of different segments and tempo/rhytm changes to keep things interesting, but without exaggeration, so that the whole thing is memorable and flows nicely. The whole effect is enforced by the crushing production.
The cd preserves the high quality from start to finish with just two exceptions, the songs Out of Fury and Crisis Connection are a bit sub-par, both usings a brutal, yet clumsy and unoriginal riff repetitevely so i simply have to push the skip button... but well, maybe some people will like those songs more. The rest is magnificent, the best being imo the self-titled Aura Sense, No Name and Baby the Handgun, which uses some interesting electronics. As a bonus - track, we have an alternate version of this song, this time with no traditional instruments, just strange electronic sounds and vocal samples mixed in. Fair enough to give it a listen:)
Overall, the cd is like a rollercoaster ride, fierce yet beautiful, and a completely unique experience - worth the money.