Stop At Nothing Review

artist: Dying Fetus date: 01/12/2011 category: compact discs

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Dying Fetus: Stop At Nothing
Release Date: May 13, 2003
Label: Relapse Records
Genres: Technical Death Metal
Number Of Tracks: 08
For "Stop At Nothing" Dying Fetus sound took a large change from their previous album "Destroy The Opposition".
 Sound: 7
 Lyrics: 7
 Overall Impression: 7
 Overall rating:
 7.8 
 Reviewer rating:
 7 
 Users rating:
 8.5 
 Votes:
 2 
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 222 
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overall: 7
Stop At Nothing Reviewed by: col50, on january 12, 2011
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Sound: For "Stop At Nothing" Dying Fetus sound took a large change from their previous album "Destroy The Opposition". John Gallagher (guitar/vocals) remains the only original member and a new lineup consisting of Mike Kimball (guitar), Vince Matthews (vocals), Sean Beasley (bass) and Eric Seyanga (drums) gives fetus a new sound and different direction. "Stop At Nothing" is more of a grindcore album then their previous release but still has many elements of death metal and technical death metal. // 7

Lyrics: Their lyrics continue to remain political and fit the music perfectly. Vince Matthews has a unique voice but arguably not as good as previous member Jason Netherton (who now does bass/vocals for the band Misery Index). John Gallagher vocals on this album continues to be low, brutal guttural vocals and is arguably the epitome of death metal vocals. // 7

Overall Impression: This album is lacking in comparison to Dying Fetus' previous release "Destroy The Opposition", taking a different approach but still leaving quality deathgrind and technical aspects of previous albums. Some great songs that stand out in this album include: "Schematics", "One Shot, One Kill", "Forced Elimination" and "Stop At Nothing". This album has an great combination of brutality and technicality however it lacks the death/grind groove of previous albums. If I lost it I would buy it again (if I could find it). // 7

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