All Shall Perish – The Price Of Existence

Release Date: August 8, 2006
Reviewed by Nathaniel Shannon

All Shall Perish are back with “The Price of Existence” the follow up to “Hate – Malice – Revenge” delivered to us in 2005. They dive right into the Mcbrutal and don’t stop as this monster takes us through 11 tracks of a well thought out hybrid of true death metal, with pinch of grind and a splash of gore. This record starts off heavy, ends heavy, and never really stops being heavy. I found myself pretty interested in every track, and very happy with this record as a whole.

All Shall Perish can easily be confused as a Florida death metal act, as there is a huge Floridian sound on this record, and it never lets up. I saw All Shall Perish back in May, and was surprised to find that their live show was as intense as this record, and almost tighter. All in all, if you are a fan of this kind of music, this is a pretty good record to pick up, and if All Shall Perish are rolling through your hood, definitely go check them out!


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