Slaughter To Prevail "Misery Sermon"

As the legacy bands of the deathcore scene slowly try to distance themselves from their foundational origins, many acts that embrace the sound bring a unique technical element to the sound that was prevalent when the scene was being developed ten years ago. Slaughter To Prevail know how to play the chaotic, scatterbrained brutality with ease and pummel through eleven songs catering to metalheads throughout. While certainly not rewriting the playbook, the band makes a case for contender-ship aside Thy Art Is Murder's Holy War and Fit For An Autopsy's finest moments. Here's to hoping they manage to survive and make it to their second full length. 

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