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Wrong One To Fuck With
Posted by Christopher Luedtke on June 26, at pm. The reason one does that is to measure consistency and growth, or lack thereof. But the album will be weighed against its own merits as well. Not that Dying Fetus have anything to prove at this point. Stop At Nothing comes to mind concerning skippable discography. But then they have untouchables like merciless Destroy the Opposition. So it becomes a question of how fucking hard can the trio hit us with a sledge? Wrong One to Fuck With can hit pretty goddamn hard. And as the track thunders forth, you can tell this album has already earned its title. Dying Fetus have almost always held this balance.
Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher. Five years after what is considered their best output yet, Maryland brutal death metallers Dying Fetus strike again with "Wrong One To Fuck With", an album that takes no prisoners, starting with a title that is nothing but a real declaration of intent. The band chooses to team up once again with producer Steve Wright for the release, and crafts what is possibly their heaviest and most complex release to date, having pushed the technical element of their compositions to the maximum extent. The crazy freatboard bravados by John Gallagher and Sean Beasley are omnipresent, every song puts the stress on technical exuberance, thanks to arpeggios, legatos, tapping, intricated tremolo-picked riffs, and so on; even the groovier, hook-laden riffs result often harder to perform when it comes to the texture of the rhytmics. The vocal trade-off between our beloved axeman and bassist is still present and as brutal as ever before, their voices sound even darker and more guttural then in previous records, while Trey Williams is a beast as usual, playing his drumkit as if he was some kind of tireless octopus, capable of bearing the fastest tempos and the most sudden tempo changes alike. The production is really good, although I have to say I preferred the one on "Reign Supreme", as the guitar sound was crunchier, more distorted and aggressive; unfortunately the bass is still almost buried in the mix, but it does have a few moments where it shines, for example in the title track's intro, during great part of the leads, where it joins the guitar's frenzy, or in the bridge of "Induce Terror". Lyrically speaking, the band hasn't changed when it comes to their politically-charged, pessimist, aggressive and thoughtful writing style, thus resulting once again in a mature and minutely written effort. Among the highlights, I'd surely include the album's opener, "Fixated on Devastation", one of the best tracks of the record, thanks to the wild intro-outro and its structure alternating crazy leads and intricate tremolo picking to catchy, groovier riffs; "Wrong One to Fuck With", for its catchiness, the sudden tempo changes, the great intro and its memorable lines; "Induce Terror" for the amazing bass guitar parts and the once again memorable riffing; "Reveling in the Abyss" for its groovier feel, its duration of almost seven minutes that seem to fly of relentless aggression, and the crushing breakdowns scattered throughout the song. Last but not at least, I want to mention "Panic Amongst the Herd", notable thanks to its sudden tempo changes and the interesting syncopated riffing.
Performance and production credits are adapted from the album liner notes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dying Fetus. Retrieved July 7, Relapse Records. April 11,