Thy Art Is Murder Dear Desolation
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TheSwampPriest
August 21st 2017


2 Comments


Great review. First post on this site too.

Also, surprised you didn't mention RoS or Lorna Shore when you were going over the more popular acts in the genre

parksungjoon
August 21st 2017


9571 Comments


"better than behemoth because behemoth are overrated as hell"

behemoth are overrated as hell, but i'll still take the weakest behemoth album over almost any deathcore album

Nazzadan
August 21st 2017


2242 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Probably the best deathcore album I've ever heard

:DAB:

Durrzo
August 21st 2017


1759 Comments


"At the top of this hill though, shines Thy Art is Murder."

Eh. I honestly find this band to be quite boring. Shadow Of Intent and Aversions Crown are way more interesting to listen to imo. But opinions are opinions.

Very good review, even if the band does nothing for me.

SteakByrnes
August 21st 2017


14970 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I still think Hate is their best, but this is an easy second

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Evok
August 21st 2017


7698 Comments


"Probably the best deathcore album I've ever heard"
Im about one beer away from giving this a 4, so same here! Lol

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Hawks
August 21st 2017


71825 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

I love Hate, but I think I like this more. These guys are def in the top 2 deathcore bands I've ever heard.

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brettgoespunk
August 21st 2017


283 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

"Great review. First post on this site too.



Also, surprised you didn't mention RoS or Lorna Shore when you were going over the more popular acts in the genre"



Not my first post. And also, I was gonna mention RoS but they're reception is way less good generally than those bands, and Lorna slipped my mind.

SteakByrnes
August 21st 2017


14970 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I think he was referring to himself when saying first post on the site

Avagantamos
August 22nd 2017


6547 Comments


one of my favorite sputnik activities has become predicting the album rating the reviewer gives based on the summary

JohnDillinger
August 22nd 2017


247 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

The album is decent but come on guys it's not like anything on this album hasn't been done for 30 years now by much better bands. the riffs are solid because it's fast death metal riffs, nothing memorable though. The slams work because it's death metal slams instead of the usual deathcore chugging. It's essentially a deathcore band playing generic death metal. great fan service but no way this is more than a 3.5.



Also what's up with the behemoth comparison. this got as much in common with behemoth as with any other extreme metal band.

EphemeralEternity
August 22nd 2017


3237 Comments


shockingly high average may have to dabble

Hawks
August 22nd 2017


71825 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

It rules man.

EphemeralEternity
August 22nd 2017


3237 Comments


i highly doubt this is better than the satanist tho

Evok
August 22nd 2017


7698 Comments


Lol well if we're actually comparing this album to Behemoth, The Satanist is probably the only album it doesnt beat.

EphemeralEternity
August 22nd 2017


3237 Comments


why am i comparing to behemoth haha

Mikpol
August 22nd 2017


1 Comments

Album Rating: 3.5

I liked the album, but it hasn't brought any major improvements since any of their last albums

Evok
August 22nd 2017


7698 Comments


"why am i comparing to behemoth haha"

drummers lmao

brettgoespunk
August 22nd 2017


283 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Lee is almost on par with Inferno at this point yeah

Evok
August 22nd 2017


7698 Comments


The Son of Misery is pretty much the deathcore version of Ov Fire And The Void tbh. Like actually though.



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