This was starting well with Eclipse: great songwriting, sitar solo, clean vocals, huge breakdown... but what happened next? After the opening track it's like a regular american-laden "Brutal" Deathcore. That's unfortunate.
Favorite track: Eclipse.
Hailing from Toronto and New York, Brand Of Sacrifice are a prime example of genre bending extremity at its absolute finest.
Blastbeats and mechanised riffing collides with sitars, whammy pedals and some of the most guttural offerings in recent years through monster vocalist Kyle Anderson- ‘The Interstice’ shines with unpredictable song structures that are as mind -melting as they are immediately catchy.
BOS bring their own flavour to an overly saturated scene of cookie cutter Deathcore worship- ‘The Interstice’ is a devastating statement of intent- a terrifying first offering from one of the heaviest new acts on the circuit.
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As much as I enjoy Void, D E A T H W I S H rips it predecessor apart with ease, puts it back together in an absolutely wrong configuration, sits back and watches it metastasise. Also my neighbour died while Death Awaits Us All played. David Fischer
New Zealand technical death outfit Ulcerate have often been praised for their innovative genre approach—but six albums into their discography, there's even greater strength in their consistency. Bandcamp Album of the Day Dec 20, 2016