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The Last Felony
Too Many Humans
Released: 2010, Lifeforce Records
Reviewer: Metal-Rules.com UK Team
Combining the speed and catchiness of new school death, the grooves and brutality of old school death, the dark atmosphere of black metal and a dose of deathcore to complete their signature sound, The Last Felony has created an uncompromising sound which will crush any doubts about them creating a new wave of Quebec-grown insanity.
The Last Felony blends old & new death metal styles then adds in a few neat, new twists and turns to invent solid tracks driven by power and hate. Each track delivers a punch with its own unique twist along infallible death metal rhythms to create a different sound and style.
Too Many Humans is a great album, in your face death metal grooves with powerful lyrical growls, pounding drums, storming guitar & bass riffs. Its highlights the expertise the band members have and combine well to create the force that known as The Last Felony.
Review by Shelia Hamilton
01. We Are Future Housing Developments For Maggots
02. Too Many Humans
03. No One Would Notice If You Died
04. Do Not Defend Me
06. Most Unclean
07. Overrated Existence
09. Water Cooler Suicide
10. A Cathedral of Flesh and Fluids
Joss Fredette - Vocals
Dom Grimard - Guitars
Max Gelinas - Guitars
Vincent Menard - Drums
Seb Painchaud - Bass
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