Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Murder Without End
Genres: Rock, Metal
Chicago?s FLESHGRIND return after almost three years with their new album, Murder Without End. The new material features a faster, more chaotic sound, yet maintains their trademark catchiness. FLESHGRIND continue to evolv... more »
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Chicago?s FLESHGRIND return after almost three years with their new album, Murder Without End. The new material features a faster, more chaotic sound, yet maintains their trademark catchiness. FLESHGRIND continue to evolve with each release, while sticking to their guns at the same time. With the help of acclaimed underground producer Chris Djuricic (Origin, Jungle Rot), the band have recorded an album brimming with utter contempt and hatred for everyday life - a ralying cry for those that feel the world is against them! Once Murder Without End has been released, the band will embark on a full U.S. tour in support of it. You can count on FLESHGRIND to continue the legacy of brutal death metal for many years to come. -Produced by Chris Djuricic (Origin, Jungle Rot, November?s Doom) at Studio One in Racine, WI. -Artwork courtesy of Mike Bohatch (Rotting Christ, The Forsaken, etc). -An absolute must for death metal fans that like it tight and catchy ala Dying Fetus, Cephalic Carnage and Skinless. -Fleshgrind has played over 250 shows with the likes of Broken Hope, Dying Fetus, Internal Bleeding, Malevolent Creation, Mortician, Suffocation, Six Feet Under, Deicide, Cannibal Corpse, Deeds of Flesh, and tons more. -Features the talents of Gorgasm drummer Derek Hoffman, one of death metal?s most respected players.
Rich and the boys are back!
fiendish | NORCAL | 02/19/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I'm going to make this short. Go buy the cd, because in my opinon
this is superior to their first two albums. Rich sounds F*%king
angry, and his vokils are so sick and Derek Hoffman is one of the
most talented drummers today. As far as the musick goes
its' more brutal and staight forward death, but interesting
riff work. Just pick it up you won't be dissapointed."
Crap...I guess i was about the only one to like this...
green eyes7713 | toilet,TX | 07/26/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Talk about some harsh,crappy reviews...I personally love fleshgrind! This Murder Without End disc is there best one so far in my opinon,although i do love their first cd Destined For Defilement,listen to those guttaral vokills!!! Yeah, i know that these reviews are just opinions but man, i love brutal death metal and not just ANY old crappy brutal death either,but what appeals to one doesn't appeal to all i guess. I love the riffs on Displayed Decay and Libertine Atonement! Dereks drumming is top knotch in my opnion on this release,although Alan on Seeds was a drum-god! Rich's vokills kill as always on this release and everyone else's writing and playing is top-knotch too. I think this release murders everything!"
Absolutly F*cking Sick! In all the right ways!
M. Jurek | Milwaukee, WI USA | 01/06/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album is amazing, far superior to "Destined For Defilment" or "Seeds of Abysmal Torment". FG has really polished off they're sound adding some; lightly use the word "some", real tech elements, but at the heart of the CD's the guitar and drums are still f*cking brutal as f*ck! FG really has started taking after some of they're other brutal death metal breathren, ie. Cannibal Corpse, Dying Fetus, Exhumed, Macabe, etc. in the sense they have made more "friendly" song structure, ie. Verse and Chorus. Songs that I think are truely stand out on this CD are "Sycophantic" that's one catchy track, "Duct-Taped and Raped" just sick, sick, sick! Also "Displayed Decay" another catchy track. All in all this is a solid release as far as death metal goes, has alot to offer! I give it a 9/10."