Ingested - Where Only Gods May Tread



7.8 | 44 votes |
Release date: 14 August 2020
Style: Brutal death metal, Deathcore

Owners:

10 have it
2 want it


01. Follow The Deceiver
02. No Half Measures
03. Impending Dominance
04. The List
05. The Burden Of Our Failures [feat. Vincent Bennett]
06. Dead Seraphic Forms
07. Another Breath [feat. Kirk Windstein]
08. Blackpill [feat. Matt Honeycutt]
09. Forsaken In Desolation
10. Leap Of The Faithless

Additional info
Mixed and mastered by Christian Donaldson
Engineered by Nico Beninato and Sam Yates at Foel Studios in Wales.
The artwork was created by Dan Seagrave.

Staff review by
Troy Killjoy
Rating:
8.3
Thankfully, you don't need to be a god in order to tread here.

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published 06.09.2020 | Comments (1)

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28.05.2020 - 18:46
ickoriss
The two singles so far have been great and that artwork is just beautiful. Hyped as hell for this.
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13.08.2020 - 19:18
ickoriss
The band has never sounded better. This is their best release yet and definitely album of the year material. All the tracks are solid, but the standouts have to be 'No Half Measures', 'Black Pill' and 'Leap of the Faithless'. They're all fucking good though. Listen to this.
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16.08.2020 - 15:08
Rating: 6
Archie 666
It says Brutal Death Metal in the band's profile but all I hear on this album is mediocre deathcore music
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16.08.2020 - 23:44
Starvynth
i c deaf people
Written by Archie 666 on 16.08.2020 at 15:08

It says Brutal Death Metal in the band's profile but all I hear on this album is mediocre deathcore music

Adding deathcore as their second style was no big deal, but unfortunately, the database does not know the prefix "mediocre".

(but you're totally right)
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23.08.2020 - 00:05
Coconut Racecar
Written by Starvynth on 16.08.2020 at 23:44

Written by Archie 666 on 16.08.2020 at 15:08

It says Brutal Death Metal in the band's profile but all I hear on this album is mediocre deathcore music

Adding deathcore as their second style was no big deal, but unfortunately, the database does not know the prefix "mediocre".

(but you're totally right)


I never understood where people heard deathcore in Ingested. I listen to everything, and enjoy a lot of deathcore as well, but I just don't hear it with these guys. They have breakdowns, but that's not something exclusive to deathcore. They're "accessible" brutal death metal, imo. Great production, and vocals that aren't too over the top for people who don't enjoy the absurd gutturals and typically spotty production that a lot of BDM has.

Not necessarily arguing their genre here, just stating that as someone who's familiar with a wide variety of sounds, I never felt they were deathcore despite many associating them with it.
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