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All Hell Breaks Loose

All Hell Breaks Loose

South Florida must be a breeding ground for hardcore bands. It seems every three months I'm hearing about another band featuring members of past bands I enjoyed. This usually means that I'll be stoked as hell or extremely disappointed with what I hear. All Hell Breaks Loose, the latest culprit, features members of notable bands Until the End, Santa Sangre, and Where Fear & Weapons Meet. Together they play fairly straight forward hardcore chock full of breakdowns and sing-along parts. Vocalist Alex Leon's growling screams may be stereotypical to the genre, but he also throws in some spoken words to mix things up. Lyrically the songs are rather obsessed with violence and death, rather than the typical music scene issues. In the end, if you're a fan of the heavier hardcore acts like Sworn Enemy and Shattered Realm, you should enjoy this.

6.4 / 10Michael
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