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"Those used to pumping their fists to Dark Tranquillity or headbanging to conventional death metal might find Laethora unsettling. Much metal makes the listener feel strong; this album doesn't. It's vulnerable, disturbed, and slightly panicked – the sound of shredders facing their inner demons."
"...it’s damn original, and certainly not your older brother’s death metal. This record gets four out of five horns in the air for being the whirlwind of new, filthy breath in today’s music. The agonizingly measured, malevolent death everyone unwillingly deserves."
"...March of the Parasite is a formidable release that will likely be remembered on year-end lists. Not recommended for dilettantes, this album will reward anyone willing to wade a little deeper into the dark waters of death metal"