REVIEW
THE DAY EVERYTHING BECAME NOTHING - Invention: Destruction
Released: June 19th, 2006 | Label: No Escape | Rating: 7/10 | Reviewer: PSL | Provided by: No Escape



01. In
02. Cut
03. Burn
04. Beat
05. Press
06. Crush
07. Shock
08. Burst
09. Flay
10. Back
11. Pierce

If you like slow ultra heavy and grinding music then The Day Everything Became Nothing is possibly something you should take a closer look at. These Australians are definitely something different. The music may not be entirely original, but the band got a sound and style like no one else.

Musically The Day Everything Became Nothing pretty much continues from where they left with the Slow Death by Grinding MCD so if you're familiar with that effort then there's really not many surprises on Invention: Destruction. The music is style-wise goregrind, but it's mostly kept slow and groovy. It works very well, but the band actually sound the best when they gear up a little like in "Cut" and "Press". The ultra low guttural and pig-like growls tend to become rather monotone after a while so it helps that there's some guests vocalists from Fuck…I'm Dead, Mors Principium Est and Damaged doing some backing vocals a few places, but the ultra low vocals and music is an almost perfect fit though more variation like what is done in "Burn" and "Shock" would have been preferable.

A lead or two would have added a little more variation to the songs as they do tend to become a little too one-tracked at times, but besides this the band is pretty good a keeping the music going and it's impossible not to like the groovy vibe this five-piece create.





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