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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: The dragon on all of their album covers starts off as nothing more than [[{{Dracolich}} a skeleton [[CyberneticMythicalBeast with cybernetic bits on it]] before gradually evolving into the beast seen on ''The Reawakening''.

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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: The dragon on all of their album covers starts off as nothing more than [[{{Dracolich}} a skeleton skeleton]] [[CyberneticMythicalBeast with cybernetic bits on it]] before gradually evolving into the beast seen on ''The Reawakening''.


* [[SelfTitledAlbum The Berzerker]] (2000)
* Dissimulate (2002)
* World of Lies (2005)
* Animosity (2007)
* The Reawakening (2008)

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* [[SelfTitledAlbum ''[[SelfTitledAlbum The Berzerker]] Berzerker]]'' (2000)
* Dissimulate ''Dissimulate'' (2002)
* World ''World of Lies Lies'' (2005)
* Animosity ''Animosity'' (2007)
* The Reawakening ''The Reawakening'' (2008)


* GenreBusting: [[IndustrialMetal Industrial]] [[DeathMetal Death]] [[{{Grindcore}} Grind]].


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* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: [[IndustrialMetal Industrial]] [[DeathMetal Death]] [[{{Grindcore}} Grind]].


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* OurDragonsAreDifferent: The dragon on all of their album covers starts off as nothing more than [[{{Dracolich}} a skeleton [[CyberneticMythicalBeast with cybernetic bits on it]] before gradually evolving into the beast seen on ''The Reawakening''.
* SensoryAbuse: They are masters of it, and their live performances [[UpToEleven take it even further.]]


* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: They are usually at 10 or 11, but their last album ''The Reawakening'' lowers it down to a 9-10.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: They are usually at 10 or 11, but their last latest album ''The Reawakening'' lowers it down to a 9-10.


* MotorMouth: Quite a few of their songs, but especially ''Committed to Nothing'', ''Forever'', ''Black Heart'', and ''Burn the Evil'', the last of which takes this to UpToEleven

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* MotorMouth: Quite a few of their songs, but especially ''Committed to Nothing'', ''Forever'', ''Black Heart'', and ''Burn the Evil'', the last of which takes this to UpToElevenUpToEleven.
* NewSoundAlbum: If ''Dissimulate'' was focused on being [[{{SensoryAbuse}} as loud and intense as possible]], ''World of Lies'' tries to be more traditional and at times [[{{LighterAndSofter}} catchy]]


* TroubledProduction: The self-titled was originally going to be recorded in Canada but several lineup changes, creative differences and budgetary issues lead to Luke giving up and returning to Australia to start anew. The move changed little and [[{{TheAllegedComputer}} technical difficulties]] made mixing an absolute nightmare.

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* TroubledProduction: The self-titled was originally going to be recorded in Canada but several lineup changes, creative differences and budgetary issues lead to Luke giving up and returning to Australia to start anew. The move changed little and [[{{TheAllegedComputer}} technical difficulties]] made mixing an absolute nightmare. The entire process has been preserved in the [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NicbOQNySaM/ making-of documentary.]]


* EpicRocking: In the album ''World of Lies'', the last song is a 20 minute ''instrumental''.



* EpicRocking: In the album ''World of Lies'', the last song is a 20 minute ''instrumental''.


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*TroubledProduction: The self-titled was originally going to be recorded in Canada but several lineup changes, creative differences and budgetary issues lead to Luke giving up and returning to Australia to start anew. The move changed little and [[{{TheAllegedComputer}} technical difficulties]] made mixing an absolute nightmare.



* {{Epic Rocking}}: In the album ''World of Lies'', the last song is a 20 minute ''instrumental''.
* {{Mohs Scale Of Rock And Metal Hardness}}: They are usually at 10 or 11, but their last album ''The Reawakening'' lowers it down to a 9-10.
* {{Motor Mouth}}: Quite a few of their songs, but especially ''Committed to Nothing'', ''Forever'', ''Black Heart'', and ''Burn the Evil'', the last of which takes this to UpToEleven

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\n* {{Epic Rocking}}: [[DeathMetal Death]][[{{Grindcore}} grind]]
* GenreBusting: [[IndustrialMetal Industrial]] [[DeathMetal Death]] [[{{Grindcore}} Grind]].
* EpicRocking:
In the album ''World of Lies'', the last song is a 20 minute ''instrumental''.
* {{Mohs Scale Of Rock And Metal Hardness}}: MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: They are usually at 10 or 11, but their last album ''The Reawakening'' lowers it down to a 9-10.
* {{Motor Mouth}}: MotorMouth: Quite a few of their songs, but especially ''Committed to Nothing'', ''Forever'', ''Black Heart'', and ''Burn the Evil'', the last of which takes this to UpToEleven


* {{Mohs Scale Of Rock And Metal Hardness}}: They are usually at 10 or 11, but their latest album ''The Reawakening'' lowers it down to a 9-10.

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* {{Mohs Scale Of Rock And Metal Hardness}}: They are usually at 10 or 11, but their latest last album ''The Reawakening'' lowers it down to a 9-10.


* {{Motor Mouth}}: Quite a few of their songs, but especially ''Committed to Nothing'', ''Forever'', ''Black Heart'', and ''Burn the Evil'', the last of which takes this to {{Beyond The Impossible}} levels.

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* {{Motor Mouth}}: Quite a few of their songs, but especially ''Committed to Nothing'', ''Forever'', ''Black Heart'', and ''Burn the Evil'', the last of which takes this to {{Beyond The Impossible}} levels.UpToEleven

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