Shattered Sun's sophomore record is dragged down by a painful lack of variation and originality. There's not much in the way of an "evolution" here: This one is for melodic metalcore diehards only.
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Trevor from THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's 25 Explosions Of Deathly Sonic Proportions Sure To Maim this May
Really excited about the line up here, an eclectic mix from all walks of the extreme for your neighbors second-hand listening displeasure!
Trevor from BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's 19 Shards Of Extreme Metal Shrapnel To Lodge Into Your Beer Gut This February
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Trevor from THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's 21 Sick New Recommendations Spawned From The Utmost Depths Of Summer Hell
Hey there freaks and geeks, Trevor Strnad AKA The Obituarist reporting live from the road on the current TBDM summer tour with some sick new suggestions to beef up your end of summer playlists.
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Howdy mutants, Trevor aka The Obituarist here to round of some of the finest releases in extreme music that I’ve…
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Both in regards to its iconic acclaim and general popularity, "Bodies" is the obvious go-to track. While I think that the full Sinner LP holds more substance than one measly radio hit, I would agree that since that release, the band has yet to reach an equally successful or impressive musical advancement. In addition to the lack of further breakthrough albums, a history of four different singers amongst six albums within the span of ten years evidently did not help. A record label change and fifteen songs later, the band attempts to break this mold.