Musically, the song is mostly structured with a brilliant blend of Eastern and Western elements. The general atmosphere is super dark and along with the other death metal elements, it easily channels the energy into the listener. Although there are some chord progressions and tempo changes in the making of I Hate You All to the Bone, Anil Ozbek wanted to keep everything rather simple on this album. Usually, we expect to hear complexity from Death metal just because it is originally one of the most progressive subgenres of metal. However, as I said earlier, this is just the debut of Anil Ozbek. I am sure he has a lot to offer the world on his upcoming releases.
Technically, I Hate You All to the Bone has above standards in every way as well. Apparently, this side of the job wasn’t handled by a professional. But in my opinion, the outcome is still good enough to make the impact and satisfy listeners. Everything sounds clean, clear, very well balanced, mixed and in good harmony.
When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am well impressed by everything Anil Ozbek has done in the making of this album. He is musically very talented, intelligent enough to learn, make this dream happen by his super limited resources, and also determined enough to make his own dream come true. I have huge respect for people like him. In my book, there’s nothing that can stop him becoming the greatest death metal artist from his country; Turkey. His debut album; Omniscient might not be the kick he might expect, but it surely reminds me of the beginning of an incredible story.
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