The disgustingly heavy deathcore band from Tennessee is back with another album of sheer anger, brutality and harsh tone. The bands recent few releases kind of showed the band heading toward a different direction as they experimented with their sound and song writing but Our Endless War is the proper release that should have followed A New Age of Corruption. Our Endless War is gripping, relentless and will make you head bang incredibly hard.
In a world where good deathcore is a rarity and usually the churned out djent chugs out sell more and more good bands each day, Carnifex comes back and let us know once again what quality deathcore is. Almost reminding us of the golden era when it was one of the heaviest forms of music to ever exist. “Die Without Hope” is one of those kick to nuts and punched in the face kind of albums. Simply brutal.
One disgustingly great deathcore band that I thoroughly enjoy every time they release a new album is the fierce sounds of I DECLARE WAR. The anger, the hunger, the violence, the energy….it’s captivating and it’s addicting. I Declare War bring it every single time and this time is no different. I’m happy to report that this new jam is still as pissed off as every thing else they have ever written.
Tennessee deathcore champions known as Whitechapel have released a simple yet crushing track called “The Saw is the Law”, referring to the saw blade that they use which is another iteration of the circle and stars used on the Tennessee flag. Is the song catchy? Yes. Does it prove that Phil Bozeman still has phenomenal vocal prowess? Yes. Does the band experiment or do they just fall into their own sound that they have rinsed and repeated since “This Is Exile”…..well…that’s for you to decide.
Today I pick the cream of the crop to review.
Music reviews, music reviews and more and more music reviews. Short and sweet (Not all the time) and to the point. Today we have some decent choices.
Yes we heard the one minute long “YOLO” track released earlier this week but Suicide Silence has confirmed the inclusion of Eddie Hermida into the band.
Let’s kick start this triple header Qreview sesh with Moss of Moonlight!
Humanity’s Last Breath takes exactly what Vildjarta has done and mimics it. Awkward yet “Thall” like rhythm sections that are very low end and slow in tempo. A very atmospheric album filled with layers of noise and a wall of guitar sound and punishing drumming. The result is indeed something to enjoy and headbang to. It’s just not innovative nor is it original.