Dying Fetus - War Of Attrition


8 | 139 votes |
Release date: 6 March 2007
Style: Brutal death metal, Deathgrind , Technical death metal

Owners:

206 have it
16 want it


01. Homicidal Retribution
02. Fate Of The Condemned
03. Raping The System
04. Insidious Repression
05. Unadulterated Hatred
06. Ancient Rivalry
07. Parasites Of Catastrophe
08. Obsolete Deterrence

Staff review by
Herzebeth
Rating:
6.8
I loved Dying Fetus when I first heard "Nocturnal Crusifixion", it was brutal and scary, the vocals were so low and bleeding that made me look under my bed before sleeping, the music was so extreme and so intense that jammed this song in my top 5 of that time, it was one of the most agressive bands I had ever heard!

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published 11.04.2007 | Comments (21)

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01.01.2010 - 23:21
Rating: 8
Deadmeat
Necrobutcher
Its true. WOA is the weakest DF album till then and this is something sad..
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Υou've sold your human essence to the cold world of dead and empty things... You're SOLD!
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01.01.2010 - 23:47
VPeter
I once vaguely remember listing to this and it was one of the most uninspired, boring Grindcore/Death Metal album I ever heard.
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02.01.2010 - 02:01
Baz Anderson
I enjoyed it. It's quite clean, but I liked it.
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02.01.2010 - 18:11
Rating: 10
I_Die_Often
To me this one is full of energy and emotion, gone are the cheesy songs just for shock value, this one deals with issues.
And as they become more popular, they can afford to make a better produced album.
It is not my favorite DF album, but it is a very close second! And I seem to play this one the most in my truck, because it is the one I can play the loudest!!!
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Old enough to be your Daddy... speaking of which... you look familiar... do I know your mother???
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13.10.2011 - 16:23
MechanisT
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Very underrated. 'Nuff said.
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13.10.2011 - 22:18
Troy Killjoy
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Written by Guest on 13.10.2011 at 16:23
Very underrated. 'Nuff said.

Not just this album, but the entire band if you ask me. Because they aren't "br00tally" brutal death metal or wanking technical death metal or grimy atmospheric death metal people don't consider them as one of the best.

I mean I don't either, but I give them credit for being a consistent death metal band that offers more to the average listener than Cannibal Corpse.
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Prettier than BloodTears.
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13.10.2011 - 22:19
MechanisT
Account deleted
Written by Troy Killjoy on 13.10.2011 at 22:18

Written by Guest on 13.10.2011 at 16:23
Very underrated. 'Nuff said.

Not just this album, but the entire band if you ask me. Because they aren't "br00tally" brutal death metal or wanking technical death metal or grimy atmospheric death metal people don't consider them as one of the best.

I mean I don't either, but I give them credit for being a consistent death metal band that offers more to the average listener than Cannibal Corpse.


Quoted. For. Truth. Seriously.
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15.08.2012 - 23:10
Rating: 8
musicalkaratekid
Weak compared to the other stunning albums I've listened to by Dying Fetus, but it still succeeds in consistent brutality and pummelling heaviness. This album doesn't stray too far from the path set by the band's brilliant 'Killing on Adrenaline' album, but it surely continues what DF fans have always loved about them.
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15.07.2014 - 17:49
Rating: 7
AmbivalentBadger
A pretty decent display of technical brutality. I haven't heard any of their other albums yet, so I can't say how it compares. What does weaken the impression for me, though, is the use of "Homicidal Retribution" as the opening track. IMHO, it is by far the best track on the album, and it sets a precedent that just isn't met later. There are some other awesome bits here and there, and had they been condensed the material could have amounted to an awesome EP, but most of the material isn't strong enough to follow in the wake of "Homicidal..." without wanting.
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15.07.2014 - 19:39
Rating: 8
Deadmeat
Necrobutcher
Written by AmbivalentBadger on 15.07.2014 at 17:49

A pretty decent display of technical brutality. I haven't heard any of their other albums yet, so I can't say how it compares. What does weaken the impression for me, though, is the use of "Homicidal Retribution" as the opening track. IMHO, it is by far the best track on the album, and it sets a precedent that just isn't met later. There are some other awesome bits here and there, and had they been condensed the material could have amounted to an awesome EP, but most of the material isn't strong enough to follow in the wake of "Homicidal..." without wanting.

if you loved this song then check the prievious albums of the band focusing mainly on "stop at nothing" and even more at their best, "destroy the oppossition", one of the best DM albums ever made
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Υou've sold your human essence to the cold world of dead and empty things... You're SOLD!
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