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Band
The Last Ten Seconds Of Life
Title
Soulless Hymns
Type
LP/EP
Company
Workhorse Music
YOR
2015
Style
Heavy/Extreme
2/14/2015 11:05:25 AM - Review by: David Loveless
On The Last Ten Seconds Of Life's 3rd album, Soulless Hymns, they firmly plant themselves as the Obituary of the deathcore genre. They replace technical riffs and blast beats with down-tempo brutality and ultra low-end dirges that will drag you to the depths of your mind and soul. This 40 minute metal opus has no fillers and each of the 12 songs inspire hatred and aggression like no other. The production is excellent and Soulless Hymns sounds best at extremely loud volumes if your headphones or speakers can handle it. I highly recommend this if you want to hear an alternate side to the overpopulated (and sometimes bland) deathcore genre.
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COMPANY
REVIEWER DATE MADE RATING
Soulless Hymns
2015
Workhorse Music
David Loveless2/14/2015
5

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