Stop at Nothing

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Band Name Dying Fetus
Album Name Stop at Nothing
Type Album
Released date 13 May 2003
Music StyleDeath Grind
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Tracklist

1.
 Schematics
Listen03:59
2.
 One Shot, One Kill
Listen04:25
3.
 Institution of Deceit
Listen03:39
4.
 Abandon All Hope
Listen06:22
5.
 Forced Elimination
Listen03:22
6.
 Stop at Nothing
Listen03:09
7.
 Onslaught of Malice
Listen05:33
8.
 Vengeance Unleashed
Listen05:08

Total playing time: 35:37

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Review @ BTBAM100

05 March 2011

One of my all time favorite Dying Fetus albums!

Dying Fetus, Maryland based Death Metal band. Forever stuck in the underground because of the suggestive but kick ass name in my opinion, not like it's a bad thing. In 2003 they once again released an album off of Relapse Records, drummer
Kevin Talley and bassist/vocalist Jason Netherton left right after the release of Destroy the Opposition, another Dying Fetus classic. But the almighty Vince Matthews and Sean Beasley joined the band.

Obviously Stop at Nothing was very inspired by the upcoming Deathcore scene, With all of the very well done gravity blasts and the standard Dying Fetus crazy guitar and drum solo sections. The more unique thing about Stop at Nothing is the vocals, Vince Matthews vocals almost sound thrash inspired which is a big twist for a solid Death Metal band like Dying Fetus.

The album itself is completely amazing. The single that was released with a music video "One Shot, One Kill" completely blew my mind. My favorite thing about Dying fetus is the dual vocalist effect that just dishes out the brutality for every line they sing. A couple more personal favorites off of that album were "Vengeance Unleashed" and "Onslaught of Malice". Very complicated and well put together songs, and I can definently say the same for the album itself. Pick this album up for a great addition to a great Death Metal collection.

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