Misanthrope review

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Misanthrope review

Tori Otamas of Break Free Co For a couple of cynics disliking humankind, alongside the insanity that the world has welcomed, DED derives a sense of comfort and support through angst and understanding. Unleashing whipping guitars, confidence within the screams, warm and empowering cleans, electrifying synth, and punching drums.

Though Slipknot may be an influence, DED brings in such diversity of style within the metal and rock realm.

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The album has a theme of survival of the fittest, in a sense of acquiring tenacity through the shit humankind forces us to go through, day to day. From shitty people, to self-infliction with a toxic mindset, to noxious relationships and more, DED hits the core with anger bursting through the monitors.

The album also offers sensitivity, unveiling deep and dark emotions of mental instability, a learned care-free attitude due to pain, and loneliness in being full of good character in a world full of those who betray and exploit. The album includes beautifully written metaphors and truly generates beautiful art within imagery.

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