All Shall Perish - The Price Of Existence


8.3 | 129 votes |
Release date: 4 August 2006
Style: Deathcore

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01. Eradication
02. Wage Slaves
03. Day Of Justice
04. There Is No Business To Be Done On A Dead Planet [feat. Mike McKenzie]
05. Better Living Through Catastrophe
06. Prisoner Of War
07. Interlude
08. We Hold These Truths
09. The True Beast
10. Promises
11. The Last Relapse

Guest review by
ChristianMetaler
Rating:
8.6
All Shall Perish have only been around for a short while, but in the time span of only two albums, they've progressed in a way some bands never do. With their first release "Hate, Malice, Revenge" I saw these guys as just another decent but not too exciting hardcore band, and after a few listens I simply tossed the album a side and forgot about it. Fast forward a year and we have the new album "The Price of Existence", and I can tell you right off the bat that there has been some major progression with this band in such a short while.

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published 02.03.2007 | Comments (8)

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07.08.2011 - 17:53
Rating: 9
Cynic Metalhead
Atrocious Virgin
Heavy Riffs, nice breakdowns and hell no chug chug unlike other bands drag that shit up in material. Brilliant album overall!!
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01.05.2012 - 04:59
Rating: 9
infernaldeath87
WAGE SLAVES
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12.03.2013 - 02:46
Rating: 8
squidrick420
I am not really into deathcore at all anymore, but this is one of those bands that is at least genuinly talented! They are one of the few deathcore bands that actually stuck with me.
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25.02.2017 - 23:46
Rating: 10
metalfan1999
Best deathcore album! Consumed by your Poison from Despised Icon is second place in my opinion. All Shall Perish and Despised Icon are the kings of deathcore! It really is a shame that deathcore has turned into a genre with incredibly boring and predictable breakdowns (+ increasing whiny clean vocals). Deathcore could have become one of the best subgenres ever in extreme music. The slam death metal/slamcore bands and also some of the progressive deathcore bands are pretty good as well (e.g. Born of Osiris - The Discovery), but too many bands just rely on breakdowns. Heaven Shall Burn is one of the best metalcore bands out there (again they use breakdowns wisely). All Shall Perish actually places the breakdowns in parts where they are relevant. The music is also technical and Eddies vocals are awesome on this album. I really don't like to bash music genres. There really are gems in deathcore and metalcore. If you think all deathcore is bad, please give this album a chance. You won't be disappointed
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