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It's good but slightly repetitive

i'm not gonna complain about the breakdowns. In an average deathcore band, breakdowns are boring, uninventive, and completely pointless. IDW makes the breakdowns sound like satan is gonna come and eat you, that's a good thing. Now the reason it's no 5 stars is because it's repetitive and the fact that in some songs like Infinite Corruption the guitars and drums are way louder than the vocals, this could be seen as a supporting factor to this bands new album, i see it as a negative factor.

You Just Can't Stop Them

I Declare War has broken down barriers and came at us with one of the best albums of 2010 to date. Their breakdowns are insane and the vocalist puts you in the mood to kick some ***. This is one of those albums you will want to put on repeat and listen to over and over. Blast this cd on your radio and have your mind blown out of the back of your head. It will be hard for any band to top what I Declare War has done here.

I truly can't like them

Don't ask why, I love I built the cross and Dr. Acula and those bands, but I h8 Disfiguring the goddess and I declare war. Now I'll say whether this is the same singer or not, there's a noticable difference between this and Amisdt the Bloodshed. ATB was just composed of Sh**y gutterals mixed with a fairly good set of set of blastbeats and technical guitars. This is mostly composed of less produced and more effort shouts, with the same epic music.
The instrumental title track is a nice instrumental breakdown, while Alea lacta Est is a great technical deathcore instrumental with a sick breakdown at the end, it completely stoppes twice. It's definetly a great band, but the vocalist always throws me off, and I usually fall towards not liking them. It's better than amisdt the bloodshed, let's leave it at that.


Fecha de formación: Seattle, WA, 2005

Género: Metal

Años de actividad: '00s, '10s

With a lurching sound that's almost as tumultuous as their seemingly ever-changing lineup, Seattle, Washington's I Declare War are a deathcore band that formed in 2005. With an original lineup consisting of singer Jonathan Huber, guitarists Evan Hughes and Jake Paulson, bassist Zack Ring, and drummer Randy Carpenter, the band made its debut with the self-released What You Deserve in 2006. A second album, Amidst the Bloodshed, arrived in 2007 before the band went through its first major lineup shift...
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Malevolence, I Declare War
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  • Géneros: Metal, Música, Rock
  • Publicado: 07/06/2010

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