It's been a long time since we covered a “sure thing” band.  Winds of Plague might just be that.  Winds of Plague was one of the first deathcore bands to help propel the style into popularity in the 2000s.  Does every band have to reinvent the wheel, or can a band be content with doing what they do better on each release? Find out on this episode of Discography Discussion. #discussmetal #windsofplague

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