The only song that is consistently bad is Reloaded. The guitarists have a lot of skill as players, but when it comes to writing decent shit that doesn’t just bore the hell out of you, they fail. Just picture her stupid face getting smashed in with a sledgehammer while the singer spits out biting lyrics about vengeance and torture. Where Winds of Plague do fail though is when it goes from a melodic, atmospheric song about apocalyptic war and such; to a song like Reloaded which has the opener “What the fuck is up motherfuckers? Do hardcore kids really need to jumpdafuckup that often in a fucking 3 minute interval? I say nay on both accounts.
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Decimate The Weak (2018 Version)
It’s a commendable endeavor, but also one that comes with a few potential down-sides, the most obvious being a temptation to overdo it on the ornamentation end and come out with a sound that’s a bit muddled and disjointed, and that’s pretty well where Decimate The Weak finds itself.
In the case of the then emerging deathcore craze, it’s extremely limited and uninspired formula screamed out for somebody to try something a bit different, hence the inevitable rise of a band like Winds Of Plague. I’d be cool with the lyrics if the vocals weren’t so bad, and if the breakdowns were good then they’d be bearable too. That’s what makes this album special to me.
I mean, come on, this combines the worst concept ever vecimatewith the worst genre ever deathcore.
Decimate the Weak – Wikipedia
Keyboards are interesting, to say the least. By the end, I was left crippled and decrepit. Vocally, Johnny Plague delivers a decent performance, alternating between growls, highs and shouts. Breakdowns I have no problem with, and they could’ve been used much more effectively and actually added to the atmosphere but instead they detracted from it, just because of the sheer number at which they appear.
I’ve already mentioned inconsistency and I’ll elaborate on it a bit. And then the song just turns into some shitty breakdown with no flavor whatsoever. Am I listening to an Opeth album, now? Tracks to pay attention to: I mean, for god sake, look at this choice excerpt from “Reloaded” We’ve got the world in the palm of our hands. PorcupineOfDoomDecember 18th, Now to the music.
CD Reviews – Decimate The Weak Winds Of Plague –
When a band like Suicide Silence or even Hatebreed does it, it seems decimatte and flows well, but these guys fucking start off with breakdowns which fails to give the song a necessary momentum. Decimate The Weak Version. Which leads me to my next point, this vocalist is fucking terrible. I mean there are moments where I didn’t want to excise my eardrums from my head using a corkscrew; “Decimate the Weak” is decimaet good despite the terrible breakdown somewhere in the first half, “Unbreakable” is the most bearable song on the entire album with some well-written riffs but without the attention-seeking breakdowns and tasteful symphonic elements.
Add to MP3 Cart. What Weka mean is that when they stick to trying melodic death metal, they’re passable.
The vocals are decent on the CD some of the time, being one of the very few minor redeeming qualities. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.
I tend to lose interest around the minute mark when I listen to full albums but with this one I had no feelings of fatigue whatsoever. Yet, when the breakdown ended as abruptly as it started, I should addit was replaced by an adequate blasting section accompanied by the first riff I wouldn’t describe as retarded.
The music is a little too pompous to be hardcore, and it’s DIY attitude. But instead, they seem to merge into various styles with a tough guy attitude, weai by doing so completely ruin the CD. Decimte melodic riffing, keyboards, and synths really add a depth to the music and weao keep it interesting throughout.
Sickeningly sugary overly clean production, boring unimaginative crash-driven and sub par blast beat laden drumming, horrendously generic guitar and bass, keyboard lines that fail to even scratch the surface of the frozen lake that is black metal essence and vocals that upon hearing fill one with enough nausea and rage to squeeze the life out of a litter of newborn puppies.
Most of the time they can’t figure out if they want to be brutal death, metalcore, black ths, or want to completely rip off the band Dedimate Williams which the keyboardist was a member of. Let’s get something out of the way really quickly.
Although I definitely am not calling this a black metal band, but there is strong influence in the keyboards. That pretty much guarantees that there’ll be more dislikes than likes. I’ll let that settle in for a minute. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.