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  • Performer: Fuck The Facts
  • Album: Die Miserable
  • FLAC: 1861 mb | MP3: 1970 mb
  • Released: 2011
  • Country: US
  • Style: Grindcore, Noise, Experimental, Ambient
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 710
  • Format: AAC DXD ADX TTA MIDI VOX MP2
Fuck The Facts - Die Miserable album flac

Tracklist

Drift 3:56
Cold Hearted 4:38
Lifeless 3:06
Census Blank 7:25
Alone 4:12
Die Miserable 1:36
A Coward's Existence 4:10
95 6:19
Bonus Audio
October 26th 21:04
Piano For Cowards
Power Violent
So Long

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RR7173 Fuck The Facts Die Miserable ‎(CD, Album, Enh) Relapse Records RR7173 US 2011
RR7173 Fuck The Facts Die Miserable ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd) Not On Label (Fuck The Facts Self-released) RR7173 Canada 2011
RR7173 Fuck The Facts Die Miserable ‎(LP, Album) Relapse Records RR7173 US 2011
RR7173 Fuck The Facts Die Miserable ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Cle) Relapse Records RR7173 US 2011

DIE MISERABLE out October 11th on Relapse Records.

DIE MISERABLE out October 11th on Relapse Records.

Fuck the Facts is a Juno-nominated, Canadian grindcore band from Ottawa, Ontario, formed in 1998. They began in the late nineties as a solo recording project constructed by musician Topon Das. After many early recordings, including split tapes with groups from around the world, Fuck the Facts began developing a name in the underground with fans of grind. In 2001, the first full-length CD-R, Discoing the Dead, was recorded. The same year, Das would assemble a full band to continue with the project

Ottawa’s FUCK THE FACTS returns with their long-awaited new album Die Miserable. Even heavier than their previous works, Die Miserable sees the band exorcise darker shades of metal and varied strains of punk amongst their imitable grinding attack. September 23, 2011 ·. Misery EP. The Misery EP is basically a collection of B-sides from our upcoming album Die Miserable.

Fuck the Facts is currently a lean, muscular beast, focused on strong riffs and cohesive songs. The album's eight songs are packed with tightly-coiled riffs that spring from trebley skronk into palm-muted metal parts, with plenty of pinch harmonics peppered about. Die Miserable is the best Fuck the Facts album yet, and if this lineup can stay together for a while, I'm confident they'll only get better from here.

Die Miserable" is the 8th full-length studio album by Canadian death/grindcore act Fuck the Facts. The album was released through Relapse Records in October 2011. The band play a rather extreme death/grindcore style with a mix of high pitched screaming vocals and deeper growling vocals. The band are very well playing and the tracks are rhythmically varied going from blast beats, to groovy mid-paced sections, to heavier breakdowns. The album features an extremely harsh atmosphere and the cold and clinical sounding production further enhances that mood. Each note played are delivered.

Fuck the Facts’ new album, Die Miserable, is one of those records that I’ve written about so much over the past couple months that I am now at the point where I don’t know how else to express my love for the music. I’d argue that there’s been a steady increase in quality in the band’s output over their past few releases, and this is the pinnacle of the increase.

Ottawa’s FUCK THE FACTS returns with their long-awaited new album Die Miserable. No matter the synthesis, Die Miserable is relentlessly heavy and a furious assault from front to back from one of metals most underrated and prolific bands.

Die Miserable is a surprisingly, despite its nomenclature, life-affirming album of progressive/ "experimental" grindcore. At 2:00 a haunting instrumental melody emerges to comp behind the solo. In Die Miserable there's a furious drive on display to connect to and manifest sheer creativity that pretty much makes comparisons useless. What's left to say? It's furious, it goes where it wants when it wants- It's Picasso as a serial killer- the musical.

Die Miserable", FUCK THE FACTS first full-length since 2008 "Disgorge, Mexico", is all of those things; familiar enough to be sort of comforting, yet never smelling of stagnation