The eighteen years old Corey Peterson moves with his mother to a small town due a trauma in the past. On his first day at Hallows End High School, he is approached by the student also new arrival in town Mason that tells him about a death of a friend of him in the school and advises Corey to stay away from the wrestler Perry and his gang. When two other students vanish, Corey decides to talk to Principal Rizcheck, who does not give any attention to him. Together with Mason, they investigate the secret about the school and disclose the dark truth about Hallows End and the missing students. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Following the deaths of several members of the team and a college administrator, the few surviving team members and one of their girlfriends hatch a plan to kill off the monster leeches. They will draw them to the campus swimming pool by having one of the swimmers act as bait. Then they'll electrify the pool, electrocuting the leeches. Tragically, the team coach, who's been infected by a leech, attacks them, delaying the electrification just long enough to allow the leeches to kill one last swimmer. Finally the coach is subdued and the switch is thrown, frying the leeches.
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Andrew Scott Grace and his merry band of downtempo deviants are back with The Recluse, an album chock full of hateful beatdown and subwoofing heaviness. Now based in Austin Texas, Andrew’s retooled line up sounds as crushing as ever… this is great follow up to Force Fed, which I played a lot of. This is how I like my deathcore… no tenth generation wannabe Swedish metal riffs and no high monosyllabic Suicide Silence vocals… just straight Meshuggah-goes-to-jail heaviness… all of the cool parts of the genre and none of the poorly aped death metal that had me jamming my fingers in my ears back in 2006. The Recluse has all of the requisites downtempo is known for: lumbering grooves, z tuned string chugs, bass drops, 10bpm LOL inducing breakdowns and “bleagh!” galore. Throw in a few cool guest spots, one of which is a particularly crushing appearance by Duncan Bentley (Vulvodynia, Operation Cunt Destroyer) and you’ve got one dense batch of jams here. Fans of Black Tongue, Traitors, Feign, XKINGX, or The Acacia Strain will be all over this.
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