Death Metal • United Kingdom
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Dyscarnate is a British death metal band. The band was formed in 2002 as Incarnate. Having released one demo, they changed their name to Dyscarnate.

For the band profile on Siege of Amida Records' webpage: "The UK’s Dyscarnate play their own unique breed of intense, blistering death metal. After devastating venues across Europe, they have become a force to be reckoned with on the frontline of the international death metal scene.

Following the release of the debut EP ‘Annihilate to Liberate’ in 2008, Dyscarnate were met with overwhelming feedback from national magazines, record labels and fans alike. This resulted in a multi-album deal with the UK’s Siege Of Amida Records for Europe and Candlelight Records for the US/Canada. Signing with a label that has become notorious for championing the world’s premier extreme artists, (including Annotations of an Autopsy, Viatrophy and Ingested) provided the band with the perfect platform to release their debut
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DYSCARNATE Enduring the Massacre album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Enduring the Massacre
Death Metal 2010
DYSCARNATE And So It Came to Pass album cover 4.00 | 2 ratings
And So It Came to Pass
Death Metal 2012
DYSCARNATE With All Their Might album cover 4.33 | 2 ratings
With All Their Might
Death Metal 2017


DYSCARNATE Annihilate to Liberate album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Annihilate to Liberate
Death Metal 2008

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DYSCARNATE Incarnate album cover 0.00 | 0 ratings
Death Metal 2004
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Death Metal 2006

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DYSCARNATE With All Their Might

Album · 2017 · Death Metal
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It’s been five years since Dyscarnate released an album, the last being 2012’s excellent And So It Came To Pass marking them as one of best death metal bands to come out of the UK.

Roll on to 2017 and With All Their Might sees them returning with a more accessible sound. We are talking relatively speaking here of course as this album is still pretty brutal and complex at times but the riffs are more immediately memorable and they’ve injected plenty of groove into songs like opener Of Mice And Mountains and Iron Strengthens Iron. This definitely works to the albums benefit with most of the songs displaying strong hooks that beg for the repeat button to be hit. The playing is absolutely incendiary as fans of the band will expect with all showing their mastery of their chosen instrument. Best of all there’s not a single weak moment, the material showing plenty of diversity from the almost doom pace of Traitors in The Palace to the more explosive All The Devils Are Here, this really is death metal played at its best with a crystal clear modern production displaying the songs to great effect.

In case you hadn’t figured yet I’m loving this album and as the year draws to a close it’s pretty clear this will feature pretty highly in my album of the year list here on MMA.

DYSCARNATE With All Their Might

Album · 2017 · Death Metal
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Kev Rowland

This is the third full-length for UK death metal trio Dyscarnate, and their first on Unique Leader. Since they released their debut EP back in 2008 the guys have been steadily gaining much critical acclaim with their debut album getting them named “best new death metal band in the UK, without question” by none less than Terrorizer magazine, while the second saw Metal Hammer crowning the band, “the new kings of UK death”. It has been five years since that release, during which time they have been honing their craft onstage, playing gigs with the likes of Cannibal Corpse, Carcass, Fear Factory, Gojira, and Decapitated, but at long last they are back.

With Matt Unsworth keeping everything solid at the back, it is down to Tom Whitty (guitar, vocals) and Al Llewellyn (bass, vocals) to demonstrate that they are still one of the best bands around when it comes to true brutal death metal, and this they do with aplomb. Having two singers, both in the death style but different from each other, gives the band an edge, while the number of hours they have played together comes through in that they are so tight. Bass and guitar is often as one, driving the sound into the cerebral cortex. Death metal in its truest form rarely gets much better than this.

DYSCARNATE And So It Came to Pass

Album · 2012 · Death Metal
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Pure, unadulterated death metal with a very strong British musical identity, Dyscarnate could very well be the next Bolt Thrower or Benediction. At least on this, their sophomore album, on which they deliver the death metal goods.

The ten tracks are rich in strong riffs, and the juxtaposition of heavy and midpaced sections and furious blastbeat sections generates a certain dynamism. Especially the heavier parts and the midtempo parts are headbanging-friendly and, in many ways, And So it Came to Pass is the perfect soundtrack for moshpit action. While production is up-to-date, and the overall sound is that of modern metal, there definitely is a classic death metal sensibility, and fans of Bolt Thrower and Morta Skuld will probably like this release.

The musicianship is top notch and everything is kept extremely tight throughout the entire album, and the guttural vocals suit the music perfectly. I do miss some guitar solos, though, as they would add a further dimension of variation to this album.

Slamming and heavy death metal with a touch of brutality, Dyscarnate's And So It Came to Pass shows that classic death metal is alive and (ass)kicking. Recommended to fans of old school brutal death metal.

(review originally posted at seaoftranquility.org)

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