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DYING WHALE: Last Moments Of Misery – Mass Movement

“This is how the world ends, not with a bang but with a DYING WHALE, howling at the forces of cosmic creation and the celestial forge in which they were unleashed countless aeons ago. Born in a screaming vortex of untampered heavy fury, DYING WHALE have harnessed and fused the spirits and energy of Catharsis, Tragedy, Buzzov-en, Turmoil, and Logical Nonsense and with Last Moments of Misery have sent their missive of exalted metallic hardcore destruction out into the masses to reap, rend and tear at, and as it, will. Rejoice, for DYING WHALE is here and the end is nigh…” – Mass Movement

Full Album Stream: DYING WHALE ‘Last Moments Of Misery’ – Decibel Magazine

“…frantic riffing, energetic vocals and a hardcore breakdown are all territory DYING WHALE treads in less than two minutes. And the whole record is like that.” – Decibel Magazine

DYING WHALE: Last Moments Of Misery Playing At Decibel Magazine; Album Out Friday + Tour Dates With Machinist! Posted – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Cameron Flaisch] Last Moments Of Misery, the pounding new full-length release from Georgia-based hardcore/punk outfit DYING WHALE, is now playing at Decibel Magazine ahead of its release through Nefarious Industries this Friday. With infectious and ferociously raw emotional … Continue reading

Review: DYING WHALE “Last Moments of Misery” – Svbterranean

Last Moments of Misery is a rambunctious, unpredictable record that will batter and bruise, but will leave fans of volatile hardcore with stupid grins on their faces. This record is turbulent, savage, complex, and is a massive leap forward for this Georgia band.” – Svbterranean

Scream at a Wall: CONVERGE, POWER TRIP, DYING WHALE, and More! – Nerdist

“…a relentless hardcore band with a dash of noisecore thrown in for good measure. There are hints of bands like Unsane in this sound, but DYING WHALE is faster and more technical. It’s good stuff, no doubt, and it sounds nothing like you’d expect. Some noise-driven hardcore is just what the doctor ordered, so turn up the volume and crank DYING WHALE. You won’t regret it.” – Nerdist

DYING WHALE: Georgia Punk/Hardcore Trio Unloads New Track From Nefarious Industries-Bound Last Moments Of Misery Via IDIOTEQ – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Cameron Flaisch] Georgia’s DYING WHALE has issued a new single from their Nefarious Industries-bound Last Moments Of Misery album, releasing “The Cloud I Hold” through IDIOTEQ webzine. Unifying elements of metal, sludge, and hardcore with ferociously raw emotional delivery, DYING WHALE’s … Continue reading

DYING WHALE: Last Moments of Misery – Tzertzelos

“[DYING WHALE]’s music is a more than exciting combination of hardcore punk, metal, and sludge. Some people call this post hardcore. However, genres come and go. Creativity is what matters and this is the case here. I think we have struck gold.” – Tzertzelos

The DRX: “Throughout Within” review – Toilet Ov Hell

“Romans is not the first to borrow facets of extreme metal to construct progressive chamber orchestrations. For the past five years he has been toiling rather quietly in the shadows of neighboring genre mutants and miscegenetic luminaries. With this in mind, it should come as no surprise that he continually exceeds the boundaries of standard rock instrumentation to include woodwinds, strings, and choirs. Nor should it come as a surprise, after listening to Throughout Within in full, that it was crafted using members of Kayo Dot, Psalm Zero, and Stern. The New York scene from which The DRX has arisen is as incestuous as it is exciting—and the elements that were birthed there are perhaps nowhere as focused as through the eyes of Romans. Like the short-lived Mare (not a New York band but shut up) or Nucleus Torn (also not a NY band, also shut up) or Kayo Dot (NY band, happy now?) before him, he deploys a wide array of instruments to build expansive songs full of shifting hues and conflicting moods. Yet he never goes weird for the sake of weird, and has a keen enough narrative sense to guide even the not-so-adventurous listener safely through these shifts and conflicts.” – Toilet Ov Hell