ALL SHALL PERISH - “This Is Where IT Ends” Out July 26, 2011
While Awaken The Dreamers saw All Shall Perish (http://www.allshallperish.com) focusing on a more experimental and melodic side, This Is Where It Ends conveys more of the raw energy, groove and technicality that put them on the map in first place. Add even stronger hooks and melodies than before and you have ALL SHALL PERISH’s best work to date.
This Is Where It Ends was produced and mixed once again by the always-in demand Zach Ohren (DECREPIT BIRTH, ODIOUS MORTEM, LIGHT THIS CITY), capturing the unbridled energy of their live shows more effectively than ever. Add in the striking artwork of artist Brent Elliott White (DEATH ANGEL, JOB FOR A COWBOY, WHITE CHAPEL) and This Is Where It Ends is a truly an experience for all the senses. Without a doubt, the future of metal has arrived, and if you aren’t paying attention you might get left by the wayside with your car on bricks. Pre-order the new album “This Is Where It Ends” on Itunes here: http://bit.ly/oBx2GJ <http://bit.ly/oBx2GJ>
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i hate it when bands say they did an 'experimental' album, it usually means in hindsight that they've done an album that they no longer like or the fans didn't like.
i thought the last one was awful.
listening to the new one, and, well, there's some awesome bits that sound more like what ASP should be doing, and then there's some cringeworthy bits.
i'm all for bands progressing, but, when hate.malice.revenge came out it crushed most similar things in its path, and the songs were belting, whereas this just seems pretty standard, obvious, generic stuff to me, especially the vocals, which just do the same as all the other bands.
black dahlia murder do this sort of stuff so much better. ASP should have stayed more towards the low end of sound.
Its not a bad record by any means but still prefer the first 2 albums. One thing I'm not sure about is the change in guitar tone.
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