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Even the "bad reviews" are like compliments

To the writers of the one-star reviews: It's suppossed to sound demonic. They're supposed to sound like pigs. That's why we love them so much.

Don't vote them down if you don't like this kind of music

Please don't vote these guys down just because you don't like metal. Before you make criticisms about this, you should at least be informed more about the music. Dying Fetus is a very talented band that has a strong grasp of the technical aspects of making music, you can tell if you actually listen to the songs. Also, if you are criticizing them for being satanic, I would recommend that you listen to Dimmu Borgir. Or if you are criticizing them for sounding like pigs, try listening to Ingutted (if you can't find them on iTunes they are on the "Grindathon II" episode of the Dead Zone podcast).

A Monster of an Album

Dying Fetus' Relapse debut is not a record to miss out on. I pretty much guarantee you that this is one album that you NEVER want to take out of your CD player. Epic songs like "Praise The Lord (Opium of the Masses)" and "Destroy The Opposition" shows that these guys know how to play so fast and so f*cking brutal that it will have you headbanging until your neck is sore. Highly recommended for fans of bands like Suffocation, Cryptopsy, and Nile.


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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