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Through The Eyes Of The Dead


Prosthetic 80

Released on February 2, 2010


Revered as one of the groups that pioneered the heavy and abrasive mix of metal and hardcore that has come to be known as 'deathcore'. The South Carolina-based Through The Eyes Of The Dead triumphantly return with 'Skepsis,' the group's long-awaited third full-length

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# Song Name Popularity
1 Parasite Throne  0%
2 Dementia Voted #1  50%
3 No Haven Voted #2  33%
4 Perpetual Defilement  0%
5 Inherit Obscurity  0%
6 The Manifest  0%
7 Defaced Reality  0%
8 Siphonaptera From Within  0%
9 Insomnium  0%
10 Skepsis Voted #3  17%
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Nicke from Bolingbrook, IL 
Mar 22 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

In my opinion this will be one of the best metal CDs of 2010. Its brutal yet it has its catchiness. The songs are well structured. The vocals go from the guttural vomit style to the screeching and screaming. The drumming is great. Everything about this CD is just what American metal should be. If you like Job For A Cowboy-Whitechapel-The Red Chord-The Black Dahlia Murder-Carnifex-ABACABB-Despised Icon...You will love this fucking CD. I heard older TTEOTD and I wasnt all too impressed. I heard some new stuff online and this CD really shows their growth as a band and is my favorite metal CD of 2010 so far (Im writing this in late March)

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