Morser & The Swarm
Split


4.0
excellent

Review

by regular stormy USER (27 Reviews)
January 27th, 2013 | 4 replies | 776 views


Release Date: 1998 | Tracklist

Review Summary: A complimentary mix of eclectic deathgrind and classic metalcore.

3 of 6 thought this review was well written

I acquired this release with no clue who Mörser was, so I researched them, the description I kept finding was death metal / grindcore, thus I expected another generic deathgrind band. Mörser's five-and-a-half minutes of the split is an eclectic gumbo of like, scronky death metal, a little bit of juns, some epic crust, and grind, sign me up, I'm into this. I'm somewhat convinced that this is what deathcore should've sounded like.

Contrarily, The Swarm's three-and-a-half minutes is extremely focused, straight forward thrashy metalcore. For those of you who are unfamiliar, The Swarm was Chris Colohan, Christian McMaster, and Mike Maxymuik's band pre-Cursed. Somewhwat reminiscent of Converge's self-explanation as a hardcore band with ripped off Slayer riffs, with more of a focus on the hardcore aspect of the sound. If you dig late '90s metalcore, this is a must have.



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witchxrapist
January 27th 2013



10733 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I absolutely love The Swarm, fyi.

MMX
January 27th 2013



4646 Comments


Oooh gonna have to get this

BallsToTheWall
January 27th 2013



44164 Comments


Good work, sounds cool.

witchxrapist
January 28th 2013



10733 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It's really good.



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