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Album Review

On their third full-length release, War from a Harlots Mouth have moved from the arty grindcore of 2009's In Shoals to a more metalcore/deathcore sound, with some detuned Meshuggah-style riffs thrown in, while retaining the occasional interjections of raw dissonance and, even more jarringly, gentle jazz chords and brushed drums that make this German band's music unique. As ever, the song titles demonstrate a dark wit ("The Increased Sensation of Dullness," "Cancer Man") rooted in an overall negativity and fatalism. "I'm not afraid to die," singer Milo bellows over and over again on the second track, "To Age and Obsolete." Behind him, the band surges and roars in a style that will make fans of American acts like Job for a Cowboy, Whitechapel, and Oceano very happy, though again, the jazz guitar may come as something of a surprise. This is complex music ("Spineless" finds the band moving through what feels like about five distinct movements in four minutes) with few if any "hooks" to lure in the casual listener, but it rewards focused attention.

Customer Reviews

Muddled, lackadaisical, forgetful

I figured I would check this album out to see if WFAHM would be capable of redeeming themselves since the last album; that was a mistake. Everything is muddled together, there is very little creative exploration. How did this band go from having huge production values to sounding like they are recorded in a high school kids basement. I understand that they don't want to be cookie-cutter, cliche, metal core, but this is just so forgetful. I just don't get where they are trying to go with this.

Good Sound

The band now uses 8 string guitars and I think that helps give the album a very powerful feel and , in my opinion, makes the band sound better overall.

great album!

this album is awesome 5 stars i shal give it!!


Formed: 2005 in Berlin, Germany

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The imaginatively named extreme music quintet War from a Harlots Mouth hails from Berlin, Germany, and plays a violent blend of math metal, grindcore, and assorted unrelated genres (indeed, they refute association with any specific musical style). After getting their start in 2005, the group recorded a split EP with Molotov Solution, toured throughout Europe with acts like Dying Fetus, Cattle Decapitation, and Cephalic Carnage, then released their full-length debut CD, Transmetropolitan, in 2007....
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MMX, War from a Harlots Mouth
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Oct 29, 2010

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