Im not sure if you all have listened to it but damn it is just makes my ears bleed.
Because Devil Trigger has a rhythm, it has energy, and the lyrics play really well with the kind of zany action we'll be pulling off. Subhuman's instrumental track is pretty damn solid, but it's absolutely marred by the vocals, which clash with the rest of the song. There's no rhythm to the singing in Subhuman, there's no rise or fall, just screeching from start to end. Sometimes you can pick out a word here or there, but there's nothing that can stand out because the screeching turns it into a garbled mess. Even Combichrist's music in DmC was discernible, and they're straight aggrotech. Combichrist's music had rhythm to it, you could still follow the song.I don't really understand how THIS song doesn't feel like Devil May Cry, yet "Pull my Devil Trigger" is?
Apologies, I could be wrong in assuming Cradle of Filth was screeching like Lamb of God was. Hell, I could even be wrong about Lamb of God, but the few songs I had heard from them all was a screeching mess and I was like "Yeah...I don't ever wanna hear that stuff again."What Cradle of Filth which is metal band has to do with Suicide Silence which id deathcore? So apples to oranges. Now if you said Cannibal Corpse, I could understand it.
Generally as long as music has rythm to it and flows nicely I don't mind it. But I really not into death metal. Sadly most singers overcompensate lack of voice by screeching. I understand not everyone has voice like Rammstein lead singer, but than don't do it? This is reason I don'T like Combichrist and this is reason why I don't like bands like Suicide Silence as well.
I don't know much about Lamb of God tbh. But Suicide Silence is probably one of the most extreme screeching I ever heard in heavy genre. Generally I prefer more classic bands that relied on strong voices, but they become even more and mroe rare nowadays.Apologies, I could be wrong in assuming Cradle of Filth was screeching like Lamb of God was. Hell, I could even be wrong about Lamb of God, but the few songs I had heard from them all was a screeching mess and I was like "Yeah...I don't ever wanna hear that stuff again."