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DED - Mis-an-thrope Album Review

By Tammy Carbonetto - Music Journalist, Boston Rock Radio


DED is:

Joe Cotela - Vocals

David Ludlow - Guitar

Kyle Koelsch - Bass

Matt Reinhard - Drums


Hello DED,

Tell us how you REALLY feel…


If you want to have your eternal rage put to rest, the best way is to get it out right? For me, I hear an old school Linkin Park and Korn smashup. The industrial sounds that LP mixed in, along with the screaming and deep/sinisterly sung vocals come together in the album but only DED makes it complete by putting their own twist to it. If you don’t know “Anti-Everything” then I don’t know what rock you’ve climbed under or if you’re still with us. The breakdowns are hard, the melodies have an unforgiving and ruthless shock. DED is here with a super-sized middle finger up. The way the lyrics are sung is absolutely savage in a poetic-rip-your-skull-off-your-shoulders kind of way. Don’t believe me? Hit up “FMFY” and make sure your children’s ears are far from reach. If you could even believe it, after hearing the full album, Mis-an-thrope, these guys can slow it down too! “Beautiful” reaches into your raw feelings to slow it down, just a bit, with a little more singing and less screaming.


I woke up this morning with some hooks on forever repeat in my head and since I don’t know all the songs well (yet), I had to go back through to find it. The part I love the most is the entire album vibrates with the spirit of the things we all want to say or do sometimes. No matter the circumstance, let go of things that are bad for you, do what you want and what suits you… the album rips your head off with it, except with more F-bombs and violence. Which hey, it’s a fully welcomed breath of fresh metal air, I just choose to not eff up all of my writing, ‘cause I’m a lady, yo. Mis-an-thrope will fully drop kick you in the chest on 7/21/17. Get that. DED is touring right now, get you to a show. Nothing is more important than support! If you’ve climbed out from under that rock, now would be a good time to check them out: https://www.facebook.com/dedofficial https://twitter.com/weareded https://www.instagram.com/dedofficial and iTunes Pre-Order: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/mis-an-thrope/id1238486219 


Peace, Love & F-bomb Metal,

Tammy <3

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