Every Hand Betrayed "Forsaken"

In a scene that's swarmed with quality production, killer blast beats, and pummeling chugga chugga guitars, it's super rare to catch a deathcore release that's packed with enough ammunition that's worth writing about. Unless it's one of the heavyweights (Suicide Silence, Oceano, Chelsea Grin, Whitechapel, or Carnifex), the likelihood of the band or album emerging into success from this sound is at an all time minimum.
     Forsaken shares with us the same creative expression that A Different Breed Of Killer did back in 2007. While maybe not as wildly animated as their debut, Every Hand Betrayed know how to present themselves as a death metal machine ready to disengage from anything core. It doesn't sound like there are emotions in play here. In fact it just sounds like pure evil. Pure evil that's ready to infiltrate your speakers and spread the contagion to the rest of your record collection. This is one that shouldn't be missed.

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