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Dyingrace - Only The Determined Path Remains mp3

Dyingrace - Only The Determined Path Remains mp3 Performer: Dyingrace
Title: Only The Determined Path Remains
Style: Deathcore
Category: Rock
Date of release: 21 Jan 2000
Country: Japan
Label: Support Independent Hardcore
Catalog number: S.I.H-019
Size MP3: 2412 mb
Size FLAC: 1642 mb
Rating: 4.2

Tracklist

1Vengeance Is Mine4:35
2Unholy Dominion4:08
3After All3:36
4Penance5:16
5Revive5:23
6Beginning To The End3:06
7Insane3:31

Credits

  • Art Direction, Design [Designs By]Hideaki Hatta (H8GRAPHiX)
  • Bass [Power Politics 4 St]Shinya Sakoda
  • Drums [Beat Down Master]Yoshi Fujimoto
  • Engineer [Engineered By]Koichi Hara
  • Guitar [81205218554518]Tomoki Nishimura
  • Guitar [Low]Yoshihiro Takemura
  • Songwriter [All Songs Written By], Producer [Produced By]Dyingrace
  • Vocals [Throat], Lyrics By [All Lyrics Written By]Daisuke Akiyama

Notes

©℗ 1999 S.I.H
©℗Dyingrace 1999 All rights reserved
Packaged in standard CD jewel case comes with 8-page booklet, OBI Strip & single sided 2-panel flyer for the shirt.

Barcodes

  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L232
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4011
  • Matrix / Runout: SIH-019- 1F V

Companies

  • Recorded At – Free People

User reviews
OCARO
If HATEBREED decided to play and OBITUARY album, this is what the bastard child of that union could sound like. DYINGRACE are total deathcore, in this sense. The riffings could have been used from a doom/Death album, as the pace is pretty much the same as the one of SECOND TO NONE (the japanese band, not the NJ band) but where SECOND TO NONE took the doom influence, DYINGRACE are straight forward Death. The album is a cruel beast that basically wants you to bang your head relentssly to oblivion while your friends try to crowdkill other fags who like that kind of "dancing". At times, things get groovy in the way the mighty DENIED (NY) could have sounded if they dropped hardcore parts for two step parts. Nothing bad in my book, but nothing great either. The album howhever is essential to get some of the evolution the genre has undertook in the '90s. Hit or miss, you decide.