History Music / DyingFetus

31st Jan '16 8:05:04 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* {{Deathcore}}: Not themselves, no, but they helped lay down the foundation for the genre as a whole.

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* {{Deathcore}}: Not themselves, no, They aren't, but they helped lay down they're cited as one of the foundation for single biggest influences on the genre as a whole.genre.



* SopranoAndGravel: Sort of. Clean vocals are nowhere to be found and would be very out of place, but Beasley (and Netherton, by extent) contrasts Gallagher's extremely low grunts with his somewhat higher vocals, which are fairly reminiscent of the Tampa Bay Area sound.

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* SopranoAndGravel: Sort of. Clean vocals are nowhere to be found and would be very out of place, but Beasley (and Netherton, by extent) contrasts Gallagher's extremely low low, bark-like grunts with his somewhat contrast Beasley's higher vocals, which are fairly reminiscent of and more intelligible mid-ranged howling rasp; before Beasley, Netherton filled that role, and Vince Matthews also had his own mid-ranged bark to balance out Gallagher and Beasley when he was in the Tampa Bay Area sound.band.


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* VerbalTic: Gallagher uses "man" like most people would use a comma both onstage and off.
30th Jul '15 7:52:45 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* TropeMaker: For Baltimore-style death metal; while they weren't the first band from that area to gain prominence, they did lay the groundwork for the heavily NYHC-influenced brand of death metal as played by Misery Index, Criminal Element, Covenance, Severed Head, Fuck U All, and other Baltimore-area death metal outfits.

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* TropeMaker: For Baltimore-style death metal; while they weren't the first band from that area to gain prominence, they did lay the groundwork for the heavily NYHC-influenced brand of death metal as played by Misery Index, Criminal Element, Covenance, Severed Head, Fuck U All, and other Baltimore-area death metal outfits.outfits.
* VocalEvolution: John Gallagher's vocals used to be slightly higher and more gurgly and his phrasing used to have more of a hardcore feel; as the years went on, his voice smoothed out and became deeper, and his phrasing became somewhat more rap-esque.
5th Jul '15 6:22:18 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* LeadDrummer: Kevin Talley is probably one of the most famous drummers in metal due to his extreme WolverinePublicity tendencies and unbelievably frequent studio and live session work.
2nd Jul '15 4:43:18 PM tenryufan
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* NoExportForYou: Generally averted, as most of their bonus tracks have showed up on domestic releases at some point or another; "Reduced to Slavery", however, was a straight example until the 2010 rerelease of ''Grotesque Impalement'', where it was added along with a few unreleased tracks.



* OneOfUs: Trey's love for video games is quite well known.



* PromotedFanboy: Trey. He even acknowledged in an interview that going from playing in Covenance (a token "perpetual local opener" act from Baltimore that had a short Canadian tour as the highest point of their career) to playing in Dying Fetus was the single biggest career-related leap that he had ever taken and that when Sean asked him if he wanted to join, he needed a few days to think it over just because of how major a change it was.
16th Mar '15 8:22:19 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* RuleOfCool: Trey's self-admitted reason for using two kick drums. He also mentioned that his reason for removing one of them from his setup boiled down to [[AwesomeButImpractical his being sick of lugging around two full-sized kick drums on tour]].
14th Mar '15 8:05:10 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* RapMetal: Certainly not a full-fledged example by any means, but Gallagher is a big fan of hip-hop and mixes in elements of the genre here and there (his vocals tend to have a rap-like flow, and a good deal of their grooves seem to have been influenced by hip-hop beats).


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* TheStoner: Gallagher.
21st Sep '14 3:19:59 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* OlderThanTheyLook: John Gallagher is in his early forties and hasn't visibly aged very much at all since the early 2000s.

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* OlderThanTheyLook: John Gallagher is in his early forties and hasn't visibly aged very much at all since the early 2000s. The same is true for Trey Williams, who, despite being in his mid-thirties, still looks like he's in his twenties.
27th Aug '14 9:25:48 AM HasturHasturHastur
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* TakeThat: "Kill Your Mother, Rape Your Dog" is actually one of these against the mainstream music industry, and even goes so far as to specifically name the Spice Girls, Pearl Jam, Dave Matthews and REM.

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* TakeThat: "Kill Your Mother, Rape Your Dog" is actually one of these against the mainstream music industry, and even goes so far as to specifically name the Spice Girls, Pearl Jam, Dave Matthews and REM. "Invert the Idols", meanwhile, is a more general "anti-image" song that insults bands who place too much emphasis on aesthetics instead of just letting the music say everything.
23rd Aug '14 12:28:40 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* MetalScream: John Gallagher has an ''extremely'' distinctive grunt that, while exceptionally low, sounds more like a bark and less like a gurgle, while Beasley sports a higher howling rasp.



* PromotedFanboy: Trey.

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* PromotedFanboy: Trey. He even acknowledged in an interview that going from playing in Covenance (a token "perpetual local opener" act from Baltimore that had a short Canadian tour as the highest point of their career) to playing in Dying Fetus was the single biggest career-related leap that he had ever taken and that when Sean asked him if he wanted to join, he needed a few days to think it over just because of how major a change it was.
27th Jun '14 1:40:27 PM HasturHasturHastur
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* AscendedExtra: John "Sparky" Voyles was a roadie before being welcomed in to replace Brian Latta.



* PromotedExtra: John "Sparky" Voyles was a roadie before being welcomed in to replace Brian Latta.
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