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Suffocation vs. Cannibal Corpse – Death Match

Nuclear Blast / Metal Blade New York death metal icons Suffocation have been decimating every opponent daring enough to take them on in Loudwire’s series of Death Matches. Suffocation need only one more win for the track ‘As Grace Descends’ to be inducted into our Death Match Hall of Fame. The band has beaten out some of the world’s heaviest bands, but we’re giving them perhaps the most legendary, innovative and most importantly, brutal death metal band the world has to offer. Cannibal Corpse released their 12th studio album, ‘Torture,’ last year to much acclaim from the band’s devoted fanatics. In 2013, however, Cannibal Corpse are set to unleash the ‘Dead Human Collection: 25 Years of Death Metal’ box set, containing every record in Corpse’s discography. The all-inclusive box set ( available here for pre-order ) will be released on March 19, and to celebrate, we’re throwing the ‘Torture’ song ‘Demented Aggression’ into this week’s Death Match. Can Suffocation secure their spot as Death Match Hall of Famers? Or will Cannibal Corpse eat their way toward their own Hall of Fame trek? The decision is yours. Vote for your favorite song in the poll below! (This Death Match ends on Tuesday, Feb. 5, at 10AM ET. Fans can vote once per hour! So come back and vote often to make sure your favorite song wins!) Suffocation, ‘As Grace Descends’ Cannibal Corpse, ‘Demented Aggression’ Sorry, you need to have javascript running to see this poll. Email Me When Death Match Winners Are Announced Enter your email address below to receive the Loudwire newsletter, which will include notification of the weekly winner of the Death Match, as well as our top stories of each day. Email Rules of Death Match Two bands fight to the death each week. Fans can vote once per hour. The triumphant band goes on to compete in the next Death Match. If a band wins four straight Death Matches, its song will be honored as immortal in the Loudwire Death Match Hall of Fame.

Hatebreed vs. Upon A Burning Body – Death Match

Razor & Tie / Sumerian Hatebreed have defeated yet another band, bringing the Connecticut hardcore heavyweights only one win away from their track ‘The Divinity of Purpose’ attaining immortality in our Death Match Hall of Fame. To give Hatebreed one last run for their money, we’ve put them against one of extreme metal’s most up-and-coming acts. Upon a Burning Body have been making deathcore, death metal, extreme metal, or whatever you choose to call it, since 2005. Hailing from San Antonio, Texas, the band released its second studio album, ‘Red. White. Green.,’ earlier this year, with ‘Sin City’ having just been chosen as the latest track to get a music video. Can Hatebreed complete their journey to the Death Match Hall of Fame? Or will Upon a Burning Body reduce their competition to ash? Vote for your favorite track below! (This Death Match ends on Tuesday, Dec. 18, at 10AM ET. Fans can vote once per hour! So come back and vote often to make sure your favorite song wins!) Hatebreed, ‘The Divinity of Purpose’ Upon A Burning Body, ‘Sin City’ ? Sorry, you need to have javascript running to see this poll. ? Email Me When Death Match Winners Are Announced Enter your email address below to receive the Loudwire newsletter, which will include notification of the weekly winner of the Death Match, as well as our top stories of each day. Email Rules of Death Match Two bands fight to the death each week. Fans can vote once per hour. The triumphant band goes on to compete in the next Death Match. If a band wins four straight Death Matches, its song will be honored as immortal in the Loudwire Death Match Hall of Fame.

Hatebreed vs. The Contortionist – Death Match

Razor & Tie / eOne Congrats to Hatebreed for snatching their second consecutive win in our latest Death Match. The hardcore heroes managed to beat out death metal veterans Nile, but now, we’ve got a band from the new school of technical death to face Hatebreed. The  Contortionist have been scooping up fans since their beginnings in 2007. The Indianapolis metallers just released their second full-length, ‘Intrinsic,’ to a notable amount of praise in the metal underground. The band have just released a music video for ‘Dreaming Schematics,’ which delivers a spacey and brutal punch, despite the majority of the track’s vocals being squeaky clean. Can Hatebreed punch out yet another foe? Or can The Contortionist turn the hardcore band into a musical pretzel? Let your voice be heard by voting in the poll below. (This Death Match ends on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 10AM ET. Fans can vote once per hour! So come back and vote often to make sure your favorite song wins!) Hatebreed, ‘The Divinity of Purpose’ The Contortionist, ‘Dreaming Schematics’ ? Sorry, you need to have javascript running to see this poll. ? Email Me When Death Match Winners Are Announced Enter your email address below to receive the Loudwire newsletter, which will include notification of the weekly winner of the Death Match, as well as our top stories of each day. Email Rules of Death Match Two bands fight to the death each week. Fans can vote once per hour. The triumphant band goes on to compete in the next Death Match. If a band wins four straight Death Matches, its song will be honored as immortal in the Loudwire Death Match Hall of Fame.

Destruction vs. Hatebreed – Death Match

Nuclear Blast / eOne Legendary German thrash band Destruction , fittingly enough, destroyed Napalm Death in our latest Death Match. The band’s track ‘Carnivore’ is now on the treacherous path to the Death Match Hall of Fame, all they have to do is defeat three more bands, starting with this next act. Hatebreed are seen as an incredibly influential band when it comes to blending elements of pure hardcore and metal together. The band is slotted to release its seventh full-length album, ‘The Divinity of Purpose,’ in January 2013, but you can check out the new track ‘Put It to the Torch’ right here. Can Destruction continue their path to the Death Match Hall of Fame? Or will Hatebreed set fire to the thrash band’s reign as Death Match champions? The choice belongs to the fans. Vote for your favorite track in the poll below. (This Death Match ends on Tuesday, Nov. 27, at 10AM ET. Fans can vote once per hour! So come back and vote often to make sure your favorite song wins!) Destruction, ‘Carnivore’ Hatebreed, ‘The Divinity of Purpose’ ? Sorry, you need to have javascript running to see this poll. ? Email Me When Death Match Winners Are Announced Enter your email address below to receive the Loudwire newsletter, which will include notification of the weekly winner of the Death Match, as well as our top stories of each day. Email Rules of Death Match Two bands fight to the death each week. Fans can vote once per hour. The triumphant band goes on to compete in the next Death Match. If a band wins four straight Death Matches, its song will be honored as immortal in the Loudwire Death Match Hall of Fame.

The Acacia Strain vs. Pig Destroyer – Death Match

Rise / Relapse In a Death Match that featured two first-time competitors, the Acacia Strain was able to defeat Australian metalcore act Parkway Drive. With one win already under their collective belt, the Acacia Strain now face a group of underground grind legends. Pig Destroyer are one of the foremost innovators of the extreme when it comes to 2000s metal. Having already released a slew of masterpieces this century, Pig Destroyer have added yet another accomplishment to their brutal mantle with the album ‘Book Burner’ and a new lyric video for the song ‘Burning Palm.’ Pig Destroyer fans have been waiting for over five years for a new album, but it was worth the wait, as ‘Book Burner’ proves to be another brilliant work. Can the Acacia Strain pull off another win? Or will Pig Destroyer stomp out their competitors? Your votes decide who moves on. Make your choice! (This Death Match ends on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at 10AM ET. Fans can vote once per hour! So come back and vote often to make sure your favorite song wins!) The Acacia Strain, ‘Victims of the Cave’ Pig Destroyer, ‘Burning Palm’ ? Sorry, you need to have javascript running to see this poll. ? Email Me When Death Match Winners Are Announced Enter your email address below to receive the Loudwire newsletter, which will include notification of the weekly winner of the Death Match, as well as our top stories of each day. Email Rules of Death Match Two bands fight to the death each week. Fans can vote once per hour. The triumphant band goes on to compete in the next Death Match. If a band wins four straight Death Matches, its song will be honored as immortal in the Loudwire Death Match Hall of Fame.

Gojira vs. Cradle of Filth – Death Match

Roadrunner / Nuclear Blast Gojira have cracked out another win in our latest Death Match, beating out black metal legends Enslaved by a respectable margin. We needed to find a massive and worthy opponent for Gojira this week, because if the French metallers win one more match, their song ‘The Axe’ will be declared as immortal in the Death Match Hall of Fame. Gothic extreme metal veterans Cradle of Filth enter this week’s Death Match, creating a huge battle pitting France against England. Cradle of Filth are set to release their 10th studio album, ‘The Manticore and Other Horrors,’ on Halloween Eve, with the track ‘For Your Vulgar Delectation’ having already been unveiled to the delight of their eager fans. Will Gojira chop their way into the Death Match Hall of Fame? Or will Cradle of Filth scare the French metallers away? The choice belongs to the fans. Vote for your favorite track in the poll below. (This Death Match ends on Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 10AM ET. Fans can vote once per hour! So come back and vote often to make sure your favorite song wins!) Gojira, ‘The Axe’ Cradle of Filth, ‘For Your Vulgar Delectation’ ? Sorry, you need to have javascript running to see this poll. ? Email Me When Death Match Winners Are Announced Enter your email address below to receive the Loudwire newsletter, which will include notification of the weekly winner of the Death Match, as well as our top stories of each day. Email Rules of Death Match Two bands fight to the death each week. Fans can vote once per hour. The triumphant band goes on to compete in the next Death Match. If a band wins four straight Death Matches, its song will be honored as immortal in the Loudwire Death Match Hall of Fame.

Gojira vs. Enslaved – Death Match

Roadrunner / Nuclear Blast The battle between Gojira and As I Lay Dying became pretty fierce in its closing hours, with the Death Match songs being separated by less than a one-percent difference. As the match came to an end, Gojira received a huge push from their fans, clinching the competition in its final moments. With two wins under their belt, Gojira and ‘The Axe’ will now face one of black metal’s most legendary acts. Enslaved enter this week’s Death Match with their new track ‘Veilburner’ from the band’s upcoming 12th album, ‘RIITIIR.’ The veteran Norwegian black metallers have been going strong since 1991 and have been releasing a steady stream of albums since their 1994 debut, ‘Vikingligr Veldi.’ Can Gojira make their next step on their way to Death Match Hall of Fame immortality? Or will the black metal legends freeze the French metal outfit in their tracks? The choice belongs to you. Vote for your favorite track now! (This Death Match ends on Tuesday, Oct. 9, at 10AM ET. Fans can vote once per hour! So come back and vote often to make sure your favorite song wins!) Gojira, ‘The Axe’ Enslaved, ‘Veilburner’ ? Sorry, you need to have javascript running to see this poll. ? Email Me When Death Match Winners Are Announced Enter your email address below to receive the Loudwire newsletter, which will include notification of the weekly winner of the Death Match, as well as our top stories of each day. Email Rules of Death Match Two bands fight to the death each week. Fans can vote once per hour. The triumphant band goes on to compete in the next Death Match. If a band wins four straight Death Matches, its song will be honored as immortal in the Loudwire Death Match Hall of Fame.

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