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Dying Fetus

Though forever doomed, commercially speaking, by their controversial name, Maryland's Dying Fetus has endured beyond most observers' wildest expectations, and to do so, they've weathered a slew of hardships that would have felled (and did fell) most other bands.

Formed in the waning days of death metal's glorious heyday (1991, to be exact) by John Gallagher (guitar/vocals), Nick Speleos (guitar), Brian Latta (guitar), Jason Netherton (bass), and Kevin Talley (drums), Dying Fetus combined their death metal with hardcore influences in order to develop their own form of American grindcore. But while pioneering bands like Napalm Death and Carcass had taken the U.K. and Europe by storm, this subgenre never really caught on in America, and had been utterly buried by grunge by the time Dying Fetus released their 1995 debut, Infatuation with Malevolence, which, admittedly did little more than collect their old demos into a single package. After downsizing to a quartet with Speleos' departure, the band truly began to hit their stride with a slew of increasingly confident and inspired releases, including 1996's Purification Through Violence, 1998's Killing on Adrenaline, and 2000's Destroy the Opposition. All the while, their notoriety continued to grow steadily within the extreme metal underground, as did their audience, thanks to a ferocious live presence and incessant touring at home and abroad with similarly aggressive bands like Kataklysm, the Crown, and Behemoth. Between road jaunts, the band kept itself busy by re-releasing an expanded version of their debut in 1999 and the Grotesque Impalement EP in 2000, but trouble was just around the corner.

Midway through 2001, Gallagher was handed resignation letters from the other members of the group, who proceeded to join forces in a new project called Misery Index, and thus left the future of Dying Fetus very much in doubt. But to everyone's surprise, Gallagher wasted no time hiring an entirely new lineup consisting of vocalist Vince Matthews, guitarist Mike Kimball, bassist Sean Beasely, and drummer Erik Sayenga. A new single entitled "Vengeance Unleashed" was recorded to support the band's touring commitments, which included that year's Wacken Open Air Festival, after which Dying Fetus entered the studio to prepare their fifth album, 2003's eagerly awaited Stop at Nothing. The blistering War of Attrition appeared in 2007, followed three years later by Descend Into Depravity -- both of them on Relapse. 2012's Reign Supreme became their first to reach the main Billboard album charts. ~ Eduardo Rivadavia, Rovi
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awesome definitely a band to see live f**king amazing live show unrelenting heaviness \m/
I love this band. I fall asleep to them.
When I listen to this band I think of dead people
If you haven't seen them live,do it
:)<3
Call it what you will, it sounds like an apt soundtrack to a bloody massacre...T i p top! Keep it rolling ;)
This band is extremely talented - all its members. The music takes me away from everything - freedom , free thinking, and escape. It makes my adrenaline flow and my f**k in c**k throb: in your face aggression- F**K YEAH , HAIL SATAN!!!!
Deathgrind it's called deathgrind
bma668
Killing on Adrenaline is a masterpiece as far as I am concerned. Fornication Terrorists? AWESOME!
Agreed With SlayerFrank, Pandora, PLEASE Add The Necrotic Manifesto In The Aborted Discography!
Pandora Might As Well Get The Necrotic Manifesto In The Discography For the Aborted ready.
This is the first grindcore bamd ive seen that doesntt have a logo that looks like a bunch of sticks
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This is beast heavy metal music
they're alright. better live I'd say. some bands are able to pull it off and Dying Fetus has been one that's been left behind a lot. i like them tho. STOP AT NOTHING, my favorate.
I'm just now getting into them, I love all of it man s**t reign supreme too. I dig their groove and vocal style
They are a tie for first place with Decide and Cannibal Corpse
A lot of people don't like reign supreme but I think that it is defiantly their second best album.
Best american metal band out there.
"Out of the womb to be crucified,
We challenge the doctrine they've been preaching.
DESTROY!
"History repeats itself".. Anyone??? Talk about sick, lol
There are tons of retarded peeps on here I'm sure but dying fetus kicks a** and that's what this is about!
I think there's a lot of retarded people on here
Grindcore is different isn't related to metalcore. Grindcore is awesome.
I have no idea why the f**k people call them that this doesn't sound like bullshit and I know bullshit when I hear it
why the f**k dose ever one calling them grind core? there NOT core there brutal death!!!! P.S. core is not metal!!!!!!!
I saw dying fetus with cattle decapitation and cerebral bore last year.... F**king sick!!!
LAWL.
that akward moment when u realize that dying fetus is pro-life...
PS: best song is Epidemic of Hate! Just sayin
This is one of my favorite bands, probably the most hardcore band out there! This band is so metal they made steel their b**ch. For bands like them and many more genres of pure metal follow me!
F**king brutal. Reign supreme is their best album in my opinion. \m/
Because there from America...Th a t ' s fukkinn classic
Lol I can't believe someone came up with AND promoted the idea of naming a band dying fetus. Rofl
Jimmy Looby that is the best song and ur not morbid we are just normal folks that love the greatest f**king music on this ugly earth lol
My favorite song by them is kill your mother rape your dog .
I'm morbid no need to tell me lol I one f**k crazy metal head
Because there from America
Doesn't get better than this! \m/ \m/
Can someone tell me why all of dying fetus album covers have something to do with america
One of the better shows i've been to..... GWAR headlining kinda put the frosting on the cake.
what an erm.. pretty name for a band.. dying fetus. that's just......or i g i n a l . xD they're pretty good though
666th like! \m/ Blasting Homicidal Retribution on my headphones.
Big boy grind core! Break out the gym shorts!
dying fetus makes me wanna punch my moms face off.... in the best way possible. godsmack is gayer than crap sammichs...j s
They practice right by my house!!!!
DYING FETUS rules!!!
If you dig DYING FETUS check out CRIMINAL ELEMENT. Ft Vince mathews (ex-fetus) previous members including Terrance hobbs/Derek Boyer (Suffocation ) and Misery Index members. now with a new 2013 linup
Good fuckn on the street music!
I know arguing genres in music like this is kinda splitting hairs, but I'm pretty sure DF is considered brutal death metal. Either way, f*cking awesome band!
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