11:41 - Cynic Metalhead Screaming is right. i remember how rad it to see TBA infront of bands to know new album come out soon.
10:25 - PocketMetal I don't even remember it being on the right side, that must have been weird. :p
09:32 - ScreamingSteelUS The only change that ever really bothered me was moving the ShoutBox from the right side to the left side, and now I'm used to it. Now I'd be bothered if it were a different way.
09:15 - Cynic Metalhead i was part of old format of MS(usually be online as guest) and this new format os hell lot of better what MS was before.
09:11 - AngelofDeth personally I love this version of the site, also the news articles have gotten alot better
08:46 - Cynic Metalhead Too late MetalManiac. Too late...! Lot of people whine about it.
01. The Descent 02. Make Believe Savior 03. Hordes Of The Damned 04. Oblivious 05. E.N.S.L.A.V.E.D. 06. Nihil 07. Traitor 08. Brutalized 09. Pointless Desire 10. Clench Your Fist At God
When prepping for this you should do two things: 1. Bubble wrap your shit and 2. put that neck brace your doctor gave you after that golfing accident on. We've got the most convulsive movements-inducing brutal tunes of 2012 so far on our hands here. That's just an objective fact.
Resistance are a Belgian, deathcoreish death metal outfit that you've all forgotten about. Even after Thryce's awesome review of their last album from a couple years ago. And shame on everyone for that. These guys are better at what they do than a large chunk of modern death acts. Think Benighted meets a stack of waffles, a slightly higher GDP, and deathcore. Don't mean breakdown + breakdown + tortured pig vox + breakdown deathcore either, I mean stomp around and flail your arms because it's brutal deathcore. The good kind.
There are some weak tracks here to be sure, and the endless, clicky-sounding double bass work gets pretty annoying after a while. A little more speed occasionally would have been nice too. But in the end, it's a good example of modern death metal/deathcore blending done properly. So cheers to this thing.
Stand-out tracks: "Traitor", "Nihil", and "Make Believe Savior"
Sounds like a nice combination of a number of bands. One of the first things that comes to mind if I were to describe this band's sound: It's a bit like Behemoth with some deathcore and thrash influences. (Behemoth stuff really comes in at 2:40 past)