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ROSE FUNERAL - CRUCIFY KILL ROT - CANDLELIGHT  
Crucify Kill Rot obviously sounds like a damn promising title for the album of a “rising extreme metal band.” With skulls and an inverted cross on the cover and a couple of extreme song titles the Cincinnati-based Rose Funeral sounds like a good candidate for a new death metal contender. The band must be young though because instead the group manages to fit only some real brutality and unbridled speed into its largely breakdown-ridden metalcore. Rose Funeral is more As I Lay Dying and Heaven Shall Burn than Obituary or Krisiun. The worst aspect of the album is the vocals of Destin Armstrong. His cliché yelling is unnerving because it has been done to death. Apparently, the band agrees having replaced him since the initial recording of this disc a year ago. Also in need of replacement is the synthetic tom drum sound. Rose Funeral is not bad, is not good and is strictly for completists and classmates of the band members. - Anna Tergel




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