They had more time on this album and I think that it paid off. It’s up to the standard of their previous albums, whilst exploring new grounds. More guitar solos from Ethan Luck, new vocal styles for Ryan Clark. I think it’s their best so far and I reckon it leaves the gate open for new directions.
Hailing from Baltimore, MD, Misery Index evolved out of Dying Fetus, featuring founding member Jason Netherton and Sparky Voyles. The line-up is completed by drummer Matt Byers, who replaced former Dying Fetus drummer Kevin Talley. First full length, features 11 tracks. Nuclear Blast. 2003.
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There are too many crappy “metal-core” bands out there today, but Demon Hunter put out yet another brutal release. When I read the words, “Hell hath no fury at all,” I knew I was holding a wonderful example of heavy Christian music that doesn’t dilute either the music or the Christianity. Their message is clear, and it’s delivered in such a way that it cannot be ignored.
My Son was totally surprised when he opened his Demon Hunter CD(spc.ed.)
He did not think he would get it due to the cost, but it was Christmas after all! Thank You!(~No, I do not listen to it much~)
I can’t even put this album in to words… Demon Hunter has outdone themselves AGAIN. I recently purchased “The Triptych” and was amazed by the quality and intensity. “Storm the Gates of Hell” is twice as intense, and equally melodic, making for an album that no metal fan should miss.
I also want to point out that my sister (who isn’t into metalcore) loves Demon Hunter, so there is hope for you hard rock lovers as well! : )
Demon hunter just keeps getting better, this cd is awesome the songs just sound so much better and are written so much better, great singing, great screaming, great guitar and drums sounds. the delux package is really cool, worth the 30 bucks, execpt for the dvd its only 17 minutes long with a music video, what happened here, that’s the only part that really sucks, the dvd should have been more like an hour, but that dos’nt take away from the album at all, I recomend it highly