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Album Review: Beartooth - Disease


"Beartooth continue their reign as one of the frontrunners in the metalcore genre."

Warning! Your mind may spontaneously combust after listening to Beartooth's new album 'Disease'. The Ohio-based five-piece have come a long way since frontman Caleb Shomo joined the band from Attack Attack in 2012. Written and produced by Shomo himself, their third studio effort expresses turbulent emotion - taking you on an intense journey that you never want to end. Opening track ‘Greatness or Death’ draws you in with raw vocals that are abruptly interrupted by Shomo’s fury that we all know and love. 'Disease' is a f**k you to depression and the truthfulness behind Shomo’s ferocious vocals is what makes this album so hauntingly authentic. Recent singles ‘Bad Listener’ and ‘Disease’ prove similar to previous tracks such as ‘In Between’ and ‘The Line’ with  impressive anthemic qualities. The wrath of Shomo’s vocals co-aside with frenzied riffs and addictive rhythms that leave you begging for more. 'Disease' easily lives up to previous album 'Aggressive' as Beartooth continue their reign as one of the frontrunners in the metalcore genre.


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Rating: 10/10 For Fans of: Architects / Of Mice and Men / The Plot In You