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The Price of Existence

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The Price of Existence

The Price of Existence
All Shall Perish
Released August 8, 2006
Recorded March, 2006-May, 2006
Genre Deathcore
Length 43:20
Label Nuclear Blast
Producer Zack Ohren
All Shall Perish chronology

Hate, Malice, Revenge
The Price of Existence
Awaken the Dreamers
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating 3.5/5 stars link
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars link 8.5/10 link 3/5 stars link 11/11 link
MetalEagle Online Magazine 8/10 link
Metal Reviews link
PiercingMetal 3.5/5 stars link 9.0/10 link

The Price of Existence is the second album by American deathcore band All Shall Perish, released in 2006. It has sold approximately 20,000 records worldwide. The bonus tracks on the Korean release are actually two tracks from the band's previous album Hate, Malice, Revenge.

Song information

The title of track 4 is a quote from prominent environmentalist David Brower. The song's theme also matches Brower's opinion on how the Earth is dying and his concern about mankind disregarding mother nature.

Track 7 is an instrumental song, its title, "Greyson" is the name of rhythm guitarist Ben Orum's then-newborn son.[1][2]

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Eradication"   3:56
2. "Wage Slaves"   3:44
3. "The Day of Justice"   3:33
4. "There Is No Business to Be Done on a Dead Planet" (featuring Gunface of The Red Chord) 3:03
5. "Better Living Through Catastrophe"   5:00
6. "Prisoner of War"   4:44
7. "Greyson" (instrumental) 2:14
8. "We Hold These Truths..."   3:44
9. "The True Beast"   3:37
10. "Promises"   3:04
11. "The Last Relapse"   6:41
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