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Release date: 2 September 2003
Style: Grindcore, Math metalcore

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8.5 | 11 votes

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01. Substantial Guilt vs. The Irony Of Enjoying
02. The Bud Dwyer Effect
03. Failure In The Process Of Identifying A Dream
04. 101101110110001
05. Binary, Part 2
06. The Death Of One Man Is A Tragedy, The Death Of 10,000 Is A Statistic
07. Oceanic Motion
08. The Girl Nextdoor Is Always Screaming
09. A Regular Dose Of Azure

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Uldreth - 26.08.2012 at 22:45  
Rating: 9 Holy shit, this has to be one of the most insane and demented albums ever made by any band...
Mr. Doctor - 26.08.2012 at 22:53  
 
Written by Uldreth on 26.08.2012 at 22:45

Holy shit, this has to be one of the most insane and demented albums ever made by any band...


Aye, they are indeed a very mental band. They have changed their sound quite a bit though, nowdays they play some highly technical deathcore but fortunarely for us they kept the insanity intact. One of my current favorite bands that's for sure.
Uldreth - 26.08.2012 at 23:24  
Rating: 9
Written by Mr. Doctor on 26.08.2012 at 22:53

Written by Uldreth on 26.08.2012 at 22:45

Holy shit, this has to be one of the most insane and demented albums ever made by any band...


Aye, they are indeed a very mental band. They have changed their sound quite a bit though, nowdays they play some highly technical deathcore but fortunarely for us they kept the insanity intact. One of my current favorite bands that's for sure.

Tbh, Cursed does sound a lot like this, it's more like, they always had deathcore in their sound, just mixed with mathcore and grindcore, and they went with a bit more straightforward deathcore approach on Minus and on Cursed they combined that with their old stuff

I have known ID from much before though, I think we also had a few convos about it in various threads, I just relistened this album again and it hit me right in the face like a chainsaw sporting little chainsaws across the blade.

The Bud Dwyer effect has one of the coolest breakdowns I have ever heard, though I think it is a lot similiar to the one in 43% Burnt by DEP.
Mr. Doctor - 26.08.2012 at 23:43  
 
Written by Uldreth on 26.08.2012 at 23:24
Tbh, Cursed does sound a lot like this, it's more like, they always had deathcore in their sound, just mixed with mathcore and grindcore


I keep saying that to people who complain about their current state but for some reason I always get the "NO they weren't deathcore" when it comes to their first stuff.

It has been a while since I listened to this album so I remember very little. The ones I'm most familiar with are the latest two since those are the ones that I own and I remember a bit of Solace. Definitely a band that hasn't dissapointed me at all so far with such killer songwriting and they really know how to use the breakdown tastefully in order to increase the brutality. I'm still addicted to the breakdown of The Surge from "Minus The Herd".
Uldreth - 27.08.2012 at 01:08  
Rating: 9
Written by Mr. Doctor on 26.08.2012 at 23:43


I keep saying that to people who complain about their current state but for some reason I always get the "NO they weren't deathcore" when it comes to their first stuff.

It has been a while since I listened to this album so I remember very little. The ones I'm most familiar with are the latest two since those are the ones that I own and I remember a bit of Solace. Definitely a band that hasn't dissapointed me at all so far with such killer songwriting and they really know how to use the breakdown tastefully in order to increase the brutality. I'm still addicted to the breakdown of The Surge from "Minus The Herd".

Well, I'd say it's like, check a metalcore band, then a (good) deathcore band, note the differences in approach. Now "apply" the same difference to a mathcore band and you get ID. At least that is how I see it.

And yeah, ID breakdowns are truly devastating, if we are talking about new stuff then the one in "This Is The Last Time I Repeat Myself" is a fucking beast.
I tried to grab a couple of their albums a while ago but it is nigh impossible in my area without ordering online. The local Media Markt had Minus The Herd in the registry but could not make an order, I guess due to a label shift, so I don't legally own any of their stuff sadly.

Btw, if I rememebr well, the band made some references on their facebook page a while ago so we can probably expect a new album coming soon \o/

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