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Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Dying Fetus - Destroy The Opposition [2000]

Although Dying Fetus have a large role in unleashing the hordes of shitty deathcore bands at the moment, no-one hates 'Slaughter Of The Soul' for what it influenced, so why should this be hated? Dying Fetus' first two suffered from horrific production values, so this was their first album which could really stand on compositional ability alone.

320 kbps

DMCA complaint received. For a dead link. For an album released 12 years ago.

2 comments:

  1. This album is kind of a classic. For me at least I started listening to it when I was in my teens and death metal was still novel. I still really dig that one song, Opium of the Masses.

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