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Vitriol - Suffer & Become

7.9 | 109 votes |
Release date: 26 January 2024
Style: Death metal


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01. Shame And Its Afterbirth
02. The Flowers Of Sadism
03. Nursing From The Mother Wound
04. The Isolating Lie Of Learning Another
05. Survival's Careening Inertia
06. Weaponized Loss
07. Flood Of Predation
08. Locked In Thine Frothing Wisdom
09. I Am Every Enemy
10. He Will Fight Savagely

Top 20 albums of 2024: 8

Kyle Rasmussen - guitars, vocals
Daniel Martinez - guitars
Matt Kilner - drums
Adam Roethlisberger - bass, vocals

Additional info
Released via Century Media Records.

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In December, Santa delivered presents to all the nice kids; in January, Vitriol have come to drag everyone on the naughty list down into the depths of hell.

published 29.01.2024 | Comments (2)

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25.01.2024 - 19:07
Rating: 9

Getting Knocked The Fuck Out, Vol. II

Edit: Nevermind getting knocked out, I've reached ascension after just one playthrough.
26.01.2024 - 15:30
Rating: 8

This is visceral carnage
27.01.2024 - 06:50
Rating: 8
A Nice Guy
Written by musclassia on 26.01.2024 at 15:30

This is visceral carnage

Wow, your not wrong this is utter carnage!
It's taking some time to sink in though.
27.01.2024 - 07:21
Rating: 8
A Nice Guy
This really is an incredible ferocious performance, it has an interesting blend of tech death, and symphonic deathcore, and I'm also picking up influences of Anaal Nathrakh, Archspire and Cattle Decapitation.
27.01.2024 - 14:34
Rating: 10
Coconut Racecar

Going to be hard for anyone to top this and 2024 just started. This is one of the most insane albums I've heard in a good while. It's so aggressive while still being so melodic and atmospheric.

"The Isolating Lie Of Learning Another" and "Survival's Careening Inertia" are my favorites.
28.01.2024 - 05:49
Rating: 10

Spun this record 5 times already. Absolutely killer stuff. A wall of noise born from hate and ferocity but somehow still has melodies you can grab onto. The album never hits the breaks except for track 5, an instrumental that starts off more atmospheric and develops into a brutal riff fest. Being placed in the middle of the album, this works perfectly. Vitriol build on everything from their debut here and tidy up the mix resulting in 47 minutes of oh so glorious death metal. If i'm honest, it would likely be my AOTY if it came out last year. Excited to see if any albums can top it in 2024.
28.01.2024 - 11:34
Rating: 8
It's been a long time since I was this impressed by a death metal album. Everything from the ferocious drumming, the blistering guitar riffs, the superb growls and the crushing bass is a total onslaught on the senses. I can only imagine these guys live
Bow to the King Hercules!
28.01.2024 - 16:38
Rating: 8

It took a little time to sink in, but after three listens it had really opened up to me. This is a visceral, brutal, technical and at times semi melodic assault to your ears! And I really like it. The dragging main riff of “The Isolating of Learning Another” gets me everytime.
Plus I don’t usually dig Long instrumentals, but “Survival’s Careening Inertia” is a highlight for me, which is pretty unusual. Great album!

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30.01.2024 - 03:08
A Real Mönkey

DAMN this is destructive. Probably should be classified as a lethal weapon with how heavy it is. Sounds very much like Anaal Nathrakh gone death metal with a deathcore energy.
"Change the world. My final message. Goodbye."

~Last words of Harambe, seconds before he was shot, according to child he shielded from gunfire
30.01.2024 - 05:53
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Definitely reminiscent of Anaal Nathrakh. Love the chaotic riffing, but not stoked on the sterile production and drum sound. It would not surprise me if these studio drums are software.
14:22 - Marcel Hubregtse
I do your mum
31.01.2024 - 18:10

Insane, the guitars getting fucking raped
31.01.2024 - 23:19

Still on the fence if I really like it - will need more listens for sure. So far it feels that they are going 150% almost all the time, and it can feel overwhelming a bit - like, 120% would have been fine, idk? (and I love Anaal Nathrakh and similar bands). Many albums are often compared that they 'sound like Hell', not gonna lie, this is one of first that I can too say that it does sound like that - hellish, vile, unbelievably intense, evil, diabolical etc. Pure chaos.
04.02.2024 - 19:16
Rating: 7

It’s fast and brutal, but at the end of the album it feels like I’ve heard the same song several times and it all blends together, with the exception of tracks 5 and 10
10.02.2024 - 16:54
Rating: 9

The genre description doesn't do this justice. This is some top-level extreme metal stuff.
Fast, technical and chaotic. It actually sounds exhausting at times but in a good way 🤣
Black Crown Initiate have ruined a lot of bands for me...
22.02.2024 - 16:18

Relentless, honest stuff, that alone always buy some sympathy. If you want to experience some intensity, that's something you might like. But thanks to monumental production and always blasting instruments, it's quite hard to swim through and pick every detail and nuance. Time will tell.

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