Origin: Glasgow, Scotland
Genres: Death Metal
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Man Must Die  


Now three albums into their career since their formation in 2002, Glasgow's own Man Must Die has matured into a standout technical death metal band. On No Tolerance For Imperfection, the band benefits from a tight production, allowing the crunchy guitars and pummelling double-bass drum work to shine. A frequent criticism of death metal bands is the lack of variety between songs and albums, and that holds here too, but then again subtlety and nuances aren't what this genre is all about. Man Must Die is a solid tech-metal recommendation.

Current Members

Joe McGlynn

vocals

Alan McFarland

guitars

Danny McNab

bass

Former Members/Guests

John Lee

drums

Matt Holland

drums


Discography



... Start Killing 
2004
  1. A Lesson Once Learned
  2. Indulge In Genocide
  3. Severe Facial Reconstruction
  4. All Shall Perish
  5. War On Creation
  6. Eradicate the Weak
  7. Scumkiller
  8. Kingdoms Shall Fall
  9. Faint Figure In Black
  • Joe McGlynn
  • Alan McFarland
  • Danny McNab
  • John Lee




The Human Condition 
2007 Relapse
  1. Intro
  2. Silent Observer
  3. March of the Clones
  4. Waster
  5. 1000 Promises of Pain
  6. Cardboard Gangster
  7. Past the Point
  8. You Stand Alone
  9. Elitist
  10. Organized Insanity
  11. Suicide Gene
  • Joe McGlynn
  • Alan McFarland
  • Danny McNab
  • John Lee

Reviews:   Blabbermouth  Lords Of Metal 



No Tolerance For Imperfection 
2009 Relapse
  1. No Tolerance For Imperfection
  2. Gainsayer
  3. Kill It Skin It Wear It
  4. It Comes In Threes
  5. This Day Is Black
  6. Hide The Knives
  7. Dead In The Water
  8. What I Can't Take Back
  9. Reflections From Within
  10. How The Mighty Have Fallen
  11. Survival Of The Sickest
  • Joe McGlynn
  • Alan McFarland
  • Danny McNab
  • Matt Holland

Reviews:   Blabbermouth  Lords Of Metal  Metal Underground 

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