11 Songs, 1 Hour, 4 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5

85 Ratings

85 Ratings

Pretty good


This is similar to acacias other releases in the way that there is a slow breakdown at the end other than that it's got solid instrumentals and a crushing drum section.



I'm really hoping this album is actually exciting and new. Death is the Only Mortal was very slow and boring in my opinion. Hope they change up a little bit instead of the constant slow guitars and breakdowns that were constant on the last album.

....and we all choke our final breath

Endless Nameless

Too slow... Although the acacia strain is an awesome band, you'd think that by now, they would have some super fast riffs, and a crippling solo.

About The Acacia Strain

East Coast alternative metal ensemble the Acacia Strain utilize a bone-crushing rhythm section, apocalyptic samples, and a unique triple-guitar assault to deliver their signature blend of hardcore, noise, and death and doom metal. Formed in Springfield, Massachusetts in 2001, the group consisted of guitarists Chris Daniele, Daniel Daponde, and Daniel Laskiewitz, vocalist Vincent Bennett, bass player Karrie Whitfield, and drummer Ben Abert. They released their debut, ...And Life Is Very Long, in 2002, followed by 3750 on Prosthetic Records in 2004. After 3750, the group lost Abert (who was replaced by drummer Kevin Boutot) and Daniele, and gained bassist Seth Coleman (Whitfield departed in 2003). In 2006, the Acacia Strain returned with their third full-length album, Dead Walk, on Prosthetic; subsequently, Coleman was replaced by bassist Jack Strong. Released in 2008, Continent found the group operating as a foursome, following Daponde's departure, while 2010's Wormwood introduced melodic hooks into the venomous mix of breakdowns and skull-splitting howling. The live CD/DVD Most Known Unknown arrived the following year. The Acacia Strain signed to Rise Records in 2012, releasing Death Is the Only Mortal by the year's end. Longtime member Laskiewitz left the band in 2013, and was replaced by Devin Shidaker and Rich Gomez, both of whom contributed guitar to the Acacia Strain's seventh full-length album, 2014's Coma Witch. In early 2017, the band issued "Bitter Pill," the first single from their hotly anticipated eighth studio long-player, Gravebloom, which arrived later that June. ~ James Christopher Monger

Springfield, MA




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