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Converge/Hellchild

Deeper The Wound (Split)

Deathwish 1

Released on April 10, 2001


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The US's metal/hardcore pioneers Converge and Japan's heaviest sludge/kill team Hellchild bring us this split cd titled "Deeper The Wounds". This is the first release from Deathwish, Inc. , a label run by Jake of Converge. Converge start it off with "Thaw", a brand new song which is rich with technical precision, bits of melody, and dense doses of hyperactive percussion. Definitely the next evolutionary step for this amazing band. They also play an impressive version of Depeche Mode's "clean", followed by three live tracks that sound unlike many live hardcore/punk recordings. Crystal clear sound quality on these songs which originally appeared on releases on Equal Vision, Relapse, and Hydra Head. A little something to tide you over until the new full length on EVR is released. Hellchild then rage into a rabid frenzy with four songs produced by the legendary Billy Anderson (Mr. Bungle, Neurosis, Kiss it Goodbye, Brutal Truth). This material showcases both their intense energy and their blinding heaviness. Includes their version of "Insurrection of the Living Damned" originally by Bulldozer.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Converge - Thaw Voted #3  13%
2 Converge - Clean Voted #1  17%
3 Converge - Conduit (Live) Voted #2  17%
4 Converge - Shallow Breathing (Live)  10%
5 Converge - Locust Reign (Live)  13%
6 Hellchild - I (New Song)  10%
7 Hellchild - Insurection of The Living Damned  10%
8 Hellchild - In This Freezing Night (Live)  7%
9 Hellchild - Without Any Anwser (LIve)  3%
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Rob from Baltimore, MD 
Dec 28 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

ever heard jacob bannon sing instead of scream? listen to the cover song clean very good. ever converge fan should own this release. if you do not have this get it now.

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Joshua from Elizabethton, TN 
Aug 27 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

converge is amazing. period. thaw is another step for them as far as technicality and flat out weirdness. clean is a strange track, a depeche mode cover and honestly i would never have known it was converge its a complete departure for them but its very moody and atmospheric. hellchild is not really my cup of tea honestly, but that first song is pretty stinking heavy and his vocals are sick sick sick. worth it for the converge, as if you didnt already know that.










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