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Slammin' Brutal Sickness!

WOW! This is the best Devourment have ever sounded, with sharp, pounding production from Erik Rutan, massive groove and ultimate brutal, slamming riffs. Best song of 2013 so far!

can

This is the best Devourment has ever sounded. Musically and Production wise its top notch. this time around they are going for a more traditional death metal feel in the music while maintaining that groove these guys are known for. I love the variety and the execution in the vocal delivery. it goes from mid death metal screams to ultra low gutturals, with each lyric and growl going with the song lyrics perfectly. the song lyrics are a good change from the usual Devourment lyrics yet, maintaing that dark violent lyricism that allow you to picture what they are talking about very vividly. highly recommended to any death metal fan and perfect for people just getting into this band.

Very promising!

Dmnerd said a lot of what I was going to say. Definitely more traditional sounding, but on the technical side of the ledger. It feels more like a song than a collection of pit riffs. If you were hoping they'd write molesting the decapitated 2, they didn't. Mike's vocals are the best I've heard them, and the gnarly guttural a are more of an accent than a way of life than they were previously. I don't think it's necessarily better that way, but it's not bad either, just different. The song has a coherent feel and builds culminating in an extended slam at the end which seems very appropriate and grooves just as hard as you'd expect it to. I can't tell if they are tuning lower or if the production quality just makes their dropped tuning more thunderous. Either way, it's righteous. I haven't bought a devourment album since the first 138, but I am DEFINITELY getting this on release day. Check it out.

Fifty Ton War Machine - Single, Devourment
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  • $1.29
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Jan 10, 2013

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