Destroy the Opposition
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The dual vocals of John Gallagher and Jason Netherton add a dimension to the music that's been missing for awhile. The lyrics are intelligent and deals with the problems of society that catches the listener's interest.
Dying Fetus has taken two styles of music and made it their own. If you haven't gotten it yet, shame on you!
This band rules, and this is the second catchiest death metal album (first still goes to Effigy Of The Forgotten). This band also is the only band that sounds like nothing else. Here's why:
1.Groove. Death metal has to have some of this, other wise, it sounds like complete _____. That's why I hate most metalcore. BEcause it's boring, uses the same damn beats. Most metalcore blows.
Some albums don't have as much, but all metal albums have to have at least a little bit. If it dosen't, it has a much harder time of being something that you can'enjoy for the actual music (okay, there are a few albums that got away with not alot and kick ___, like Obscura).
2.They have a really kick arse style. Grindcore mixed with regular death metal, and it dosen't sound like a Beck song.
3. Lyrics. Yeah, these guys have a name that most lame- half arsed Cannibal Corpse rip-offs, and they had two albums before this that used gore lyrics. But finally, they switched to political and social problems of America. Great to see that some bands aren't trying to make more gore lyrics. CC and others will handle that just fine. So if you want to try a metal band, focus on lyrics that take more thought, or haven't been used. Even if they are about death, you can't use different kinds of death themes (Nile)
That's the main thigns that made a difference to me. And it's awesome to headbang to. If you like death metal, than you should check it out. My only complaint are the vocals, they kind of aren't as good as Suffocation or Cryptopsy (Lord Worm rules).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
lot of great songs on here. amazing drumwork. I love their vocals. the awesomeness in this album, however, is slightly diluted amidst all the tracks.Published on July 6, 2013 by Douglas Palmer
technical,fast with all.............the same direction of killing on.,.. excellent this period is the best of dying fetus excellent for them....Published on March 26, 2013 by Marcelo Avero
It pretty apparent that this is their best offering except of course Infatuated with Malevolence, but this is very high quality throughout. Read morePublished on January 9, 2009 by Jack
Right out of the gate, I want to point out that I am no neophyte to metal; I first became a metalhead in my early teens during the NWOBHM movement in the early '80s, I play guitar,... Read morePublished on May 11, 2007 by Joel Israel
I must say that Dying Fetus has to be one of my faves of the Death/Grind genre. Unfortunately, I was one of those people who found out about Dying Fetus when Stop at Nothing was... Read morePublished on January 14, 2007 by doomsayer
If you are a fan of the genre then you will love this disc. It is a non stop Brutal Assault on your ears. Read morePublished on August 26, 2006 by randye
WOW! This album is the heaviest album I own and probably the heaviest I've ever heard. Blast beats never cease. Read morePublished on June 29, 2006 by metalfan
Some metalheads will enjoy "Destroy The Opposition" for its sheer sonic brutality (it's one of the heaviest albums I've ever heard), but experienced music fans will notice and... Read morePublished on March 7, 2006 by A. Stutheit