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Release date: 27 September 2011
Style: Grindcore, Death metal

Rating:

7.7 | 20 votes

Owners:

27 have it
3 want it


01. Three Snake Leaves
02. Cutting Flesh And Bone
03. Knife From My Sleeve
04. Liver And Lungs
05. Dead Horses
06. Cloaked In Red
07. Beaten And Left Blind
08. Morbidity

Reviews (2)
Lyrics (8)


Line-up
Grace Perry - vocals
Ryan Butler - guitars, vocals
Dylan Thomas - guitars
Matt Martinez - bass, vocals
Andy York - drums


Additional info
Recorded and mixed April - June 2011 at Arcane Digital by Ryan Butler.
Mastered at Sonorus Mastering Inc. by Dave Shirk.
Artwork by Rob Mid Middleton.
Layout by Jonathan Peters.

Staff review by
BitterCOld

Rating:
8.0
In Leviathan, the book, not the band, Hobbes, the philosopher, not the stuffed tiger, described life in the state of every man's war against every man as "...nasty, brutish, and short."

The same could be said for Landmine Marathon's Gallows.

Their latest features just seven tracks and just under 30 minutes of visceral, raw(r!) grinding death punishment. Nasty. Brutish. Short.

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published 23.11.2011 | Comments (13)

Guest review by
Boxcar Willy

Rating:
8.7
I have enjoyed Landmine Marathon for a long time now, pretty much since I started listening to the heavier side of metal, starting with Wounded I progressed throughout their discography. I reached Gallows and I knew after three solid releases they would not let me down.

The album enters with a strong presence, the shrieking guitar leads into the amazing voice of Grace Perry. Grace Perry, ah… the highlight of this album; her voice is raw, powerful and mind-boggling. In songs like "Three Snake Leaves" and "Cloaked In Red" I was astounded by such a voice, I'm not saying this just because she is a woman either - her voice has a power the blasts most others out of the water.

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published 31.01.2012 | Comments (4)

Staff pick by
BitterCOld

18.11.2011 rawrrawrRAWR! riffriffriff pound pound pound screech ROAR! thud thud thud RAWR!

Gallows is just under 30 minutes of good old asskicking deathgrind fury, raw(R!) enough to make old-timers like me tear up. And tear up the house.

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Troy Killjoy - 19.11.2011 at 01:15  
  I've gotta listen to this asap.
Yojimbo - 19.11.2011 at 05:18  
  I just saw them with Warbringer. Pretty good show.

I'll have to check this out as I loved the last album.
Boxcar Willy - 28.01.2012 at 05:46  
Rating: 9 Amazing as always.
musicalkaratekid - 05.02.2012 at 14:58  
Rating: 8 This album is great. Perry's vocals, though tiresome at times, are really convincing for a death metal band of LM's level, and the rest of the band are amazing with their respective instruments. The only thing i can say is that the album could be a little longer, but i guess that's the death metal way of doing things nowadays.
NocturnalStalker - 14.12.2012 at 16:44  
Rating: 8 I would call this album a Death Metal Marathon if it weren't for its length (under 30 minutes). Sometimes going fast, sometimes slow and sometimes going at mid pace this band presents us with some fine death metal.

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