No sense in beating a dead horse. I managed to live through it, albeit barely. Either angry shouts from the land of metalcore, the kind of deep growl that populate half of the brutal death metal scene of which I’m not a fan , screams that you’d associate with screamo bands or something that borders becoming a pig squeal. However, WoP er, maybe I won’t use that acronym again added in something a little unexpected. Breakdowns abound in this charade they laughingly call an album. A good breakdown riff follows and the gang vocals start up. It’s a commendable endeavor, but also one that comes with a few potential down-sides, the most obvious being a temptation to overdo it on the ornamentation end and come out with a sound that’s a bit muddled and disjointed, and that’s pretty well where Decimate The Weak finds itself.
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Write your own review. The bro-style hardcore chants? If you like hardcore, seak buy this album. Guitarists Nick Piunno and Nick Eash play off one another exceedingly well and the crystal clear leads and harmonies certainly soar high above the clouds. Actually, it’s quite decent. And exactly what the fuck are bustas?!
Decimate The Weak (2018 Version)
And I don’t use the word epic lightly. I picked up this album, drawn to it by the cover art. Their hilariously bad music video for “The Impaler” sure as hell didn’t help matters either. Even better, do what my friend does every time he sees Linkin Park in the metal section at the local record store. Keyboards are interesting, to say the least. In other words, my gripes will be about the album itself, not a superficial label that everyone likes to slap on. Despite the fact that the music itself sucks, I think the symphonic parts work quite well.
This album singlehandedly proves atheism. The opening of the album is about the only thing I can stand, truthfully speaking. Either angry shouts from the land of metalcore, the kind of deep growl that populate half of the brutal death metal scene of which I’m not a fanscreams that you’d associate with screamo bands or something that borders becoming a pig squeal.
Then we have the guitars. In fact upon further reflection there aren’t any notable moments wherein the keyboards really stood out and lead a section in full glory, they seem to linger in the shadows like a pantsless stalker and do absolutely nothing inventive or useful for expanding upon a potential genre.
At least the thought of people windmill dancing with axes in their hands is a thought that brings a smile to my face. Tne know you could yourself thinking: Sometimes there’s an unnecessary key only section and sometimes there’s a big, dumb slamdown, but it never follows a logical flow.
And the vocals on “Decimate the Weak” are actually somewhat catchy about half the time.
And then a breakdown. Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. The keyboards, as I’ve mentioned, have more to do with screamo than anything to do with metal. But here’s the strange thing about Winds of Plague, they aren’t really all that awful down at their core. Do hardcore kids really need to jumpdafuckup that often in a fucking 3 minute interval? To do so, click the downward decumate on the top-right corner of the Facebook comment the arrow is invisible until you roll over it and select the appropriate action.
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Now on to the review. The rest of the songs are pretty much the same thing wrapped up in a different package. Atlas ain’t got shit on our steez. I really, really wish I was making that up. There were a few moments I didn’t like, but the whole thing was very enjoyable. Where do I start with this “album”? Normally that wouldn’t interest me, but I find it strange that two people can fall at such opposite ends of the spectrum on how good or bad an album is.
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The idea of combining metalcore with symphonic elements is not uncommon, most notable is Abigail Williams whom garnered attention from both positive and negative spectrums for their style of music and their reluctance to shut the fuck up about being epic.