The Dear Hunter - Act V: Hymns With the Devil in Confessional download mp3 album
Act V: Hymns with the Devil in Confessional is the seventh studio album by American rock band The Dear Hunter. It follows the conclusion of Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise, in which the story's main character is confronted by his nemesis and forced into blackmail.
Numerous superlatives apply to the craft that the Dear Hunter's Casey Crescenzo has perfected on his ambitious six-part Acts series. Recorded in tandem with 2015's Act IV, Hymns is the darker sibling that surpasses its predecessor.
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The Dear Hunter Act 4 and Act 5 are an addiction to me. What you get is some aspects of classical and theatrical music mixed with alt/hard rock. The overall feel is often dark and cerebral, with well crafted varied instrumentation for many of the songs. Many songs transition into each other, which gives it the feeling of a play (hence being presented as Acts). The lyrics are crafted as a musical story. It didn't take me long to purchase all their previous albums, and I feel that every album is essential to own, but I do find myself listening to Act IV and Act V the most. I feel that this band has just continued to improve with each album and even with their most recent release, All is as all should be, I feel they have advanced their sound in some aspects.
It is unfortunate that the great multi-voiced vocal arrangements that opened the album weren't sustained for Casey's voice can get a little monotonous (despite his efforts at theatrical renderings). The variety of musical stylings and instruments incorporated to produce the Dear Hunter sound is astonishing and commendable.
The fifteenth track from the seventh album by The Dear Hunter, Act V: Hymns with the Devil in Confessional, and the fifth album in the Acts concept series. As hunter loses consciousness he gives up hope of ever seeing the people he has loved, and expects an endless silence (death), and begs that in the afterlife he’s treated fairly – he understands that he has sinned, but also thinks that he’s had a cursed life. As he seems to be taking his final breaths he begins seeing hallucinations of prominent characters throughout The Act series. Hunter is not dying (yet) at the end of this song