Dead to Fall - Everything I Touch Falls to Pieces

Posted on Sunday, October 17, 2010

I think I’m shock! Somebody help me pick up my jaw off the floor. The sheer simplicity and overwhelming brutality of this band’s Victory debut can only be compared to that of the Death Metal classics of the early ’90s. Without so much as a baby step outside the framework of the modern Metalcore formula, DtF has crafted a flawless album overflowing with teary-eyed rage and unparalleled bitterness. Take the mosh-pit tactics of Unearth and 18 Visions, the Euro-Metal melodies of Heaven Shall Burn, the big production of Diecast, and the bleeding-throat vocals, and you have an impenetrable forcefield of negative energy. Lyrically, I feel this band’s pain and you will, too, as their heart, passion, and fury go unmatched. Highest surges of adrenaline: “Eternal Gates of Hell,” “Graven Image,” and “Cost of a Good Impression.”

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