Falsifier barrages the listener with a heaviness and a anger that is not of most extreme
metal albums. Production aids the heavy sound by making it more sludgy, especially in the
guitar riffs and occasional melody can be heard more in the background that adds to the
heavy sound positively. While the constant chugging might become a little repetitious,
Black Tongue still makes a good effort.
f you?ve always had an ear for deathcore but wanted to be more involved in the hate-filled hardcore scene, Black Tongue is your band. Conversely, if you?ve always been a mosh warrior of the first degree, but wanted to delve more into devastating deathcore, Falsifier is for you. It combines the crushing, down-tempo sludge of hardcore with the gyrating grooves and luscious vocals of deathcore to create an almost idyllic playground of aural hate which might break the listener?s back?but bathe them in bliss in the process.r