Slave to the Game

Metascore
59

Mixed or average reviews - based on 6 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
Buy On
  1. Alternative Press
    Apr 12, 2012
    80
    It's the band--and Sturgis--who make Slave To The Game the most impressive album to date from the most underrated band in deathcore. [May 2012, p.72]
  2. Metal Hammer (UK)
    Apr 12, 2012
    80
    This is easiest their finest work to date. [May 2012, p.100]
  3. Apr 12, 2012
    80
    Like many bands with a "core" attached to their sub-genre, Emmure are adept at making every song into an almost continuous, ferocious breakdown and it's a formula that keeps the album's momentum at its peak at all times.
  4. Apr 12, 2012
    80
    It won't be to everyone's tastes, but for those who like their metal both heavy and undeniably hook-laden, this is as satisfying an effort as you're likely to find.
User Score
5.9

Mixed or average reviews- based on 8 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 2
  2. Negative: 0 out of 2
  1. Dec 31, 2016
    9
    This album is more melodic than previous. It is one of the best in their discography at the moment. Emmure saved well-known chug sound andThis album is more melodic than previous. It is one of the best in their discography at the moment. Emmure saved well-known chug sound and added something interesting to music. Full Review »
  2. May 26, 2012
    6
    Emmure on "Slave To The Game" contained twelve tracks, which together form a pretty decent option for fans of deathcore. Although they didn'tEmmure on "Slave To The Game" contained twelve tracks, which together form a pretty decent option for fans of deathcore. Although they didn't regale the listeners with any outstanding song, but looking objectively at less than half an hour album I can not tell that it is bad. An additional, interesting fact is that most of the compositions contains references to the Marvel comic book characters like "Poltergeist" or "Umar Dormammu Dumps." Full Review »