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Stop At Nothing

Dying Fetus

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Album Review

Following a three-year absence caused by the defection of three-quarters of their lineup (who went on to form Misery Index), Maryland grindcore institution Dying Fetus resumed their semi-legendary career with 2003's relentless Stop at Nothing. In an admirable display of effortless resurrection, sole original remaining member, vocalist John Ryan Gallagher didn't even blink when left to his own devices, but simply recruited new and able musical storm troopers to assist him in his ongoing quest to defy American musical trends. Stop at Nothing accomplishes just that, with standout tracks like "Institution of Deceit," "Forced Elimination," and "Vengeance Unleashed" harboring a vicious fury and pulverizing intensity rarely witnessed this side of the pond; and arguably on par with any of the European masters. The end result is vintage Dying Fetus: a sanity-obliterating onslaught lasting barely half-an-hour, but worth every penny spent per second. Even more remarkable, Dying Fetus are no longer just keeping grindcore's maggot-encrusted corpse alive, but introducing it to an entirely new generation of extreme metal fans too young to enjoy it all the first time around.

Customer Reviews


Ummmmm.... Why does it says listeners also bought AFI and Panic At The Disco?


Why does everyone say that these guys have no musical talent? I defy you to try to play any of these songs on your guitar, these guys are crazy good. And what about the drums? The drummer is f-ckin amazingly precise and brutal on the drums. And the "singing"? Try to grunt a song, it's a lot harder than regular singing. This band does not compare with Korn, System of a Down, AFI, Norma Jean, or any other g-y ones mentioned as "hardcore." The only bands that are on the same level as Fetus are Nile, Belphegor, Behemoth, and Decapitated to name a few. Think before you write a close minded review next time.

Awesome band

dear d-unit, korn is not hardcore. korn is not brutal. korn is not metal. korn is lame. dying fetus is brutal. dying fetus is metal. dying fetus changes lives. i personally think these guitars are epicly brutal and the vox are awesome. get this album if you listen to true death metal. true music.


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...
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