SPITE Channel Meshuggah on ‘Proper One’

SPITE Dedication to Flesh review

We are literally days away from the release of SPITE‘s highly anticipated record Dedication To Flesh. Fans have been respectfully patient after the drop was shifted from July 22 to August 19 via Rise Records.

The deathcore community are waiting with baited breath for this one to land after the sheer caliber of the singles released so far. The modern heavy sound that SPITE have stewed up is completely experimental and inceptive. If you want to play catch-up, jump into tunes ‘Made To Please‘, ‘Caved In‘, ‘Hangman‘ and title-track ‘Dedication To Flesh‘.

Fourth single ‘Proper One‘ is your final prelude before the LP drops this Friday and the best way to describe it is ‘Meshuggah gone deathcore’. SPITE truly channel the Swede prog-metal Gods both vocally and instrumentally without sliding into true djent-mode. However, the mathcore features ensue from where some of their preceding singles touched sides. ‘Proper One‘ strikes the exact right balance of power and anxiety.

Words by Ricky Aarons (@rickysaul90)

Stream ‘Proper One‘ here

Pre-order / Pre-save Dedication To Flesh here

SPITE Dedication To Flesh tracklisting

SPITE – Dedication To Flesh tracklisting

1. Lord Of The Upside Down
2. Caved In
3. Proper One
4. Made To Please
5. Some Things You Should Know…
6. Dedication To Flesh
7. The Most Ugly
8. Fear
9. The Son Of Dawn
10. Sounds For The Descent
11. Hangman
12. Crumble

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