The Price of Existence is the best "Deathcore" album i've ever heard. Every song on here will blow your mind, perhaps with the exception of 7(just a short instrumental) and track 10(which isn't bad, just not as good as the rest). All songs are very, very catchy. Chris Storey is pretty much a virtuoso on the guitar, which he brilliantly showcases on The Price of Existence. The riffs on this album will get stuck in your head on the first listen, and the solos are just as memorable. "Eddie" has some brutal vocals that range from death growls to pig squeals to high-pitch shrieks and uses them at just the right part of each song. The breakdowns are the best I've ever heard, mainly because they're so unique and very heavy with lots of bass. All Shall Perish is possibly the best metal band at tempo changes, too. My favorite tracks are The Day of Justice, Wage Slaves, and Better Living Through Catastrophe. This is quite possibly my favorite album, and I have TONS of music. Bottom line: The Price of Existence is ESSENTIAL to any person who has the slightest interest in heavy metal!!!
I would recommend this to a friend