Mire Lore
Marrow Leech


2.5
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Review

by HidekiMaki9 USER (3 Reviews)
August 1st, 2018 | 4 replies


Release Date: 2018 | Tracklist

Review Summary: Something familiar, but yet so forgetful.

If you're into the "deathcore" scene, you may have heard from a man called Dan Watson. Well, if you know him, of course you know him not only because of those times when he was the vocalist of the infamous Infant Annihilator, but because of Enterprise Earth as well. In 2016, Dan came up with the idea of forming another band, a band called Mire Lore. Alongside with Frankie Cilella (from the band Existance Has Failed), Mire Lore begun their brand new career in the deathcore scene. Now, on the July 30th, their first studio album "Marrow Leech" came out to the public.
Well, what can you expect from this album? First of all, i just want to say that this album brings some kind of an "InfantAnnihilatorish" vibe. Inhuman drums, riffs that sound really nasty and, of course, Dan's vocals. Marrow Leech is an album full of surprises, and you can find it out just by listening to the first track, "Orb Weaver", where Dan takes his "highs"/vocals to the very limit. The album features some known artists, such as Duncan Bentley (Vulvodynia), James Mislow (King Conquer) and Chris Wiseman (Shadow Of Intent). But back to the premise of the album, Marrow Leech has also a track that may surprise even the biggest Metalcore fan: yes my friend, i'm talking about clean vocals. The track "The End Is Near" is probably the smoothest track of the album, and the worst as well. Anyway, it's an album that is worth listening to. After all, if you're into deathcore you'll probably like this album more than some other records from more popular bands such as Chelsea Grin's for example.
Now, as for my personal opinion, Marrow Leech delivers some kind of an entertainment, it's a pretty decent album, but yet it could have been much better. It features breakdowns, breakdowns and more breakdowns, which makes this album a bit repetitive and/or boring. But as i said, if you're into deathcore, you'll probably dig this one.

Seek for the tracks: Orb Weaver, The Summoning, Weeping Willow and Marrow Leech.


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mrdogthrow
August 1st 2018


2116 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0 | Sound Off

"you'll probably like this album more than some other records from more popular bands such as Chelsea Grin's for example."

no



This thing fuckin pops, Weeping Willow a hard jam. I enjoyed The End is Near alot actually, because unlike the compared to Infant Annhilator, its breaks up album for a moment from the insanity and Dans cleans were surprisingly good. I am indefinitely biased though, Dan Watson is hands down my favorite vocalist in the Deathcore scene atm

artiswar
August 1st 2018


13285 Comments

Album Rating: 1.5

been listening to this all day. its not very good

DatBeefPudding
August 2nd 2018


1952 Comments

Album Rating: 3.0

its not bad, above average i'd say

Wicker
August 13th 2018


93 Comments

Album Rating: 1.0

you'll probably like this album more than some other records from more popular bands such as Chelsea Grin's for example."



no x2

Sounds like vocal demostration with random song or like IA without talent. Supely bad drumming, zero song structure



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