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Epitaphs and Eulogies

by Hope Has Failed Us

Extreme death/black metal from Texas that will more than satisfy the metal cravings of fans of Opeth, Arch Enemy, Souls Embraced, and The Famine.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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1. Prelude to Terror
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1:55 $0.99
2. Dead by Dawn
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3:43 $0.99
3. The Rest Came Walking
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4. The Dead Will Have Their Day
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5. Remains of Our Lost
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6. Kindred
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7. The Embraced
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8. This Scar Was Once a Kiss
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9. The Black Mercy
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10. Cut Throat
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11. Texas Blood Money
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12. Imarene
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A brutal mix of death, grind, and modern metal from Dallas, Texas.


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cool zombie-holocaust themed concept record
There is definitely no grind on this record and very little brutality. What you get is kindof on the light side of hardcore/death with way too much screamo for my taste - sloppy slow drums, and vocals that break into whiney spoken-word too much. Some of the guitar melodies have a nice blackmetal feel that give the record a fairly epic tone despite the other emo influences. The album art-work is cool and zombie-related - almost worth the price of the record by itself if you're into this kind of stuff. Haven't had a chance to go thru the lyrics, but from the art and song-titles this seems like a fairly congruent concept-record that should stand on its own from an artistic standpoint despite its other shortcomings.


madfive my question is if you had any musical knowledge or background you would know this has NO ome roots whatsoever