Carnifex stream new album

2014-02-28 by Voivod STAFF | 18 Comments
Californian deathcore outfit Carnifex are streaming their new album Die Without Hope at the official YouTube channel of Nuclear Blast Records.

The album will see an official release on March 3.

You can stream the album right here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLB4brr7vf-P7DIudiKkwZ2Pjxjtui-ND-&v=0nGba4wqK_Q

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Krossceeper
February 28th 2014
83 Comments


As hoped, it doesn't fucking suck.

NeoSpaz
February 28th 2014
4525 Comments


If the above comment is true, this should be pleasing.

TheMoreira
February 28th 2014
7189 Comments


LOL still with this? Man i gotta stop downloading leaks like one month before the album came out.

*SPOILER ALERT*

It's just decent.

TheMoreira
February 28th 2014
7189 Comments


comes*

Fucking edits itt

TheMoreira
February 28th 2014
7189 Comments


Until I Feel Nothing was indeed better

PumpBoffBag
February 28th 2014
424 Comments


Thought UIFN was pretty terrible....might spin this regardless, for old time's sake

ZippaThaRippa
February 28th 2014
2504 Comments


It doesn't suck. Condemned to Decay is a beast of a song too

zaruyache
February 28th 2014
9618 Comments


As hoped, it doesn't fucking suck.


That's not true, that's impossible.

Digging: Johnnytwentythree - JXXIII

SputnikSweetheart
February 28th 2014
213 Comments


It's amazing what are you guys talking about...

Progger6009
February 28th 2014
1131 Comments


Already totally unimpressed and Im less than a minute in.

Jacquibim
Contributing Reviewer
February 28th 2014
17604 Comments


Lame

Digging: Carly Rae Jepsen - E MO TION

Progger6009
February 28th 2014
1131 Comments


Yep 4 songs in and I quit, it is BORING.

zaruyache
February 28th 2014
9618 Comments


It's all awkward. Drums drown out the guitars in parts, melodies aren't powerful enough--they seem
too slow and lazy--and the lyrics are obviously sub-par. I like the black metal influence, but even
that wasn't used to its full potential. It was just sort of thrown in there.

Nocturnal
February 28th 2014
1329 Comments


Its decent I was expecting a little more tbh.

Mabbitt
February 28th 2014
1424 Comments


Didn't listen to the full thing yet, but the preview songs were boring. Most of the time deathcore bands have no idea how to transition into death metal. There's always either too much or too little going on. I'll check it out on a bit

ZippaThaRippa
February 28th 2014
2504 Comments


Fuck you craig

Nocturnal
February 28th 2014
1329 Comments


Yo Mabbitt I don't think theres an attempt to leave the deathcore genre going on at all. Fans and the band say theres black metal influence but its basically just them inserting a few dark funeral tremelo riffs in the choruses.

italianStallion
March 1st 2014
169 Comments


This is awesome, guitars need to be a bit louder in the mix though.

Edit - nvm keyboards are annoying



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