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“New Age Extinction - A Grand Deception. F.M.M review 2012. Today metalcore is a genre bulging with artists. Many of which, don't capture the genre's broad fusion of styles from extreme metal to hardcore. New Age Extinction do just that. Upon the first listen of A Grand Deception's opening track, 'Left 4 Dead', metalcore heavy-weights Bring Me the Horizon and Suicide Silence come to mind. However, it is the band's unique sound and genuine, raw aggression which filters through and sets them apart. Front man John O Reilly's vocals from beginning to end, are rip-roaring. He transitions from growls and false chords to fry's with ease. At times his vocals remind me of the late great Mitch Lucker of Suicide Silence. 'Speaking in Metaphors' is a stomping, hook filled track with face melting break downs making it a mosher's dream. 'Ours is a Fury' truly presents the full weight of John's range alongside the band's brutal heaviness. Closing track,”