Errorzone

Vein - Errorzone
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2018 Ratings: #179 / 671
User Score
Based on 69 ratings
2018 Ratings: #169
June 22, 2018 / Release Date
LP / Format
Closed Casket Activities / Label
Metalcore, Mathcore / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

95
Metal Injection

Errorzone is a rare kind of debut. It’s hardcore down to its marrow, but it’s got so much more to offer at every bone snapping turn.

80
Exclaim!

Errorzone is an unequivocal body of scorn with a ferocious sound, opaque imagery and despondent lyricism that Vein will be recalled for amongst their contemporaries in years to come.

80
PopMatters

You're too overwhelmed by the energy and passion of the delivery to care where exactly they have appropriated riffs and sounds from. Vein's feverish spirit on record is, without question, their unique selling point.

78
Pitchfork
Yesterday’s Active Rock playlist gets ransacked and reconfigured on the debut full-length from a Boston hardcore quintet whose influences range from Converge to Korn.
60
The Needle Drop
Vein's debut album offers a diverting blend of metalcore and alternative metal styles as well as its share of growing pains.
BuffaloStaple
84
this just brutally punished me for 28 mins it was fucking sick
luna128
75
My mom told me this was angry Satan music. At least she's not sleeping on Metalcore.
zachthesnack
79
Doomtech was fucking brilliant
Fartsmeller69
80
Noisy and brutal album. Strong influences from late 90s Hardcore punk such as maybe disembodied or converge with a strong mathcore twist on it. Also has a scent of experimental/alternative metal on it. Great album excited to see what they put out next
thisisabtlgrnd
84
This is a strong contender for the best metalcore album I've heard this decade, and one of my favorites of the year in any genre. It's got the relentless brutality of the best original metalcore acts with a dynamic, almost cyberpunk edge. It doesn't overstay its welcome, either. Code Orange had better be brewing up a potent followup to Forever, because it looks like Vein has just snatched their crown as the most interesting new metalcore band working.

Favorite tracks: Virus://Vibrance, ... read more
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Track List

  1. Virus://Vibrance
  2. Old Data in a Dead Machine
  3. Rebirth Protocol
  4. Broken Glass Complexion
  5. Anesthesia
  6. Demise Automation
  7. Doomtech
  8. Untitled
  9. End Eternal
  10. Errorzone
  11. Quitting Infinity
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Added on: June 19, 2018