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Red Chord | Prey For Eyes | review | metal | Lollipop

The Red Chord

Prey For Eyes (Metal Blade)
by Scott Hefflon

From Massachusetts, dense in production, complex in arrangement, and thick and churning. "Death-Grind Powerhouse" is a pretty apt description, as much as I dislike lifting catch-phrases for sales sheets/bios. Being more of a melodic death fan than a guitar-squawk/death bellow fan, this is a little tuneless brutal for me, but being a Masshole, I'm surrounded by killer guitarists and guys who can roar their heads off, but can't hold a tune to save their short-lived career. Vocalist Guy doesn't sink to clean singing, luckily, and he's got such a monster roar, why bother with such emo pussiness? So yeah, a huge, brutal, note-dense album that'll get death metal pits slamming.
(www.metalblade.com)

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