Thursday, July 12, 2018

Album Review: Deafheaven - Ordinary Corrupt Human Love

Hey all, got a new review up @glidemag which you can read Right C'here!!!

It is of Deafheaven's newest album, Ordinary Corrupt Human Love which will be released tomorrow.

RtBE has reviewed the last two albums (Sunbather and Bermuda) from the California metal group and have liked each one progressively better; Ordinary Corrupt Human Love is their best yet. This record is a clear move away from the sub-genre mad metal scene and will probably be reviled in those circles, but for everyone else it is a positive evolution for the band.

It is hard to understate how god damn pretty some of the musical passages are, especially the guitars from Kerry McCoy who never seems to run out of riffs. The screaming vocals still will keep me from listening to this on the regular but the fact that George Clark is experimenting more and more with singing is a great sign, especially because he seems to be broadening his lyrical scope. 

Support the artists, buy the album, read the review and peep some video below:

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