Cancer Bats - Dead Set On Living


7.6 | 31 votes |
Release date: 16 April 2012
Style: Hardcore, Metalcore, Punk

Owners:

26 have it
7 want it


01. R.A.T.S.
02. Bricks And Mortar
03. Road Sick
04. Breathe Armageddon
05. Dead Set On Living
06. The Void
07. Old Blood
08. Drunken Physics
09. Bastards
10. Rally The Wicked
11. New World Alliance

Line-up
Liam Cormier - vocals
Scott Middleton - guitars
Mike Peters - drums
Jaye R. Schwarzer - bass

Guest musicians:
Rob Urbinati - vocals
Dez Fafara - vocals
Kate Cooper - vocals

Additional info
Release dates:
16th April - Europe
17th April - Canada
24th April - United States

The CD was recorded in Vespa Studios with producers Eric Ratz and Kenny Luong.

Staff review by
Doc Godin
Rating:
8.7
It's strange, a band does something to make you love them, then they go and do the exact opposite with the next release, and yet it sounds just as great, if not better. That's right ladies and gentlemen, your favourite hardcore band is back for what feels essentially like a rejuvenated re-working of their last album, Bears, Mayors, Scraps & Bones.

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published 10.04.2012 | Comments (23)

Awesome hardcore.
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01.01.2012 - 17:41
Boxcar Willy
yr a kook
Want
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forever bummed out
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10.02.2013 - 03:09
Rating: 8
yumishami
Cant make sense out of album title,anyone?
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31.03.2013 - 16:02
Rating: 6
musicalkaratekid
Just more of the same basically. I'm not discounting the fact that 'Rats', the title track and 'The void' all play a vital part in keeping the band's sound fresh and alive, but you can't ignore the fact that they've been sticking to the same sound since their first album. It's nothing bad, but it doesn't really open them up to new fans either. 'The void' is inf act the only song on the album that seems to deviate from the aggressive, punk-fuelled nature of every other song. On this song there is a slight sludge metal influence with the guitars, but even then you come to expect the same. Like I said, for die-hard fans of the band or even Hardcore Punk, this is probably Gold Dust. For those expecting a bit of variety, you may as well give this a miss.
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