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Album Review

With a generous mix of sonic brutality and high-speed guitar heroics, Dying Fetus launch their seventh full-length aural assault with Reign Supreme. The technical death metal stalwarts are once again in fine form as they deliver rapid-fire riffs and impossibly fast double kick drumming, filling their songs with a crawling, nervous energy that grabs ahold of the listener's spine and refuses to let go. This gives Reign Supreme a relentless quality that makes the album both an exhausting and exhilarating listen as it attacks again and again over the course of its 33-minute running time, leaving the listener to either emerge victorious from the musical onslaught or be completely overrun by Dying Fetus' murderous, gibbering creation (but in a good way).

Customer Reviews

Classic, Dirty and Mean.

Now as a long time fan of Maryland band Dying Fetus i think many fans really wanted something great after war of attrition being considered a less favourable album from the Fetus catalogue and the boys new that and went on to be the meanest 3 piece death metal band releasing Descend into Depravity. So how does Reign Supreme fit into all of this?, Basically Descend in Depravity was a hard album to top with trey williams at the helm of drums restoring the killer drums (apposed to Duane Timlin) John and Sean keep there end of the bargain up with vocals and pretty brutal lyrics and guitars. This album has bit more of a dirty "classic" Fetus sound to it a bit slower but not compromising heaviness and momentum with sharp riffs. Its a Good follow up to another really good album Descend into depravity.


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Bassist OMG

the intro to the preview made me want to buy them, WOW the bassist is just WOW legend so it the drummer the bassist plays everything the guitar does, all leads and everything SNAP HE IS GOOOOOD


Formed: 1991 in Maryland

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Though forever doomed, commercially speaking, by their controversial name, Maryland's Dying Fetus has endured beyond most observers' wildest expectations, and to do so, they've weathered a slew of hardships that would have felled (and did fell) most other bands. Formed in the waning days of death metal's glorious heyday (1991, to be exact) by John Gallagher (guitar/vocals), Nick Speleos (guitar), Brian Latta (guitar), Jason Netherton (bass), and Kevin Talley (drums), Dying Fetus combined their...
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