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Album Review

Merging the unbridled ferocity of death metal with highly technical metalcore, All Shall Perish create an interesting balance of recklessness and restraint on their fourth album, This Is Where It Ends. The band finds an interesting middle ground between the two styles, allowing just enough raw aggression into the music to keep it from feeling too sterile, but not enough that it feels like things are going completely off the rails. This sound is definitely one that will appeal more to metalcore fans than death metal purists, but has enough punishing, lightning-fast riffage that it might make grudging converts out of some of the gore-obsessed diehards out there. [The CD was also released with a bonus track.]

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Oakland, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Technical death metal band All Shall Perish hails from Oakland, California, but their eponymous three-track demo had to make its way across the Pacific Ocean and be embraced by Japan's Amputated Vein Records to make possible their first album, Hate, Malice, Revenge, released in 2003. Founded a year earlier, the group then parlayed a tireless touring schedule into a worldwide deal with Nuclear Blast (which re-released their debut in 2005),...
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