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With a lot of help from their rabid fan base, Chelsea Grin managed to knock off death metal giants Children of Bodom in last week's Death Match. Chelsea Grin and their track 'Lilith' have only one more win to go before entering the renowned Death Match Hall of Fame. This week, the winner will be decided in a no-holds-barred match, with a band so experienced in fighting, they beat the hell out of a 1500-pound killing machine.
Chelsea Grin scored another comeback victory in the final stages of last week's Death Match. As Kreator were going in for the kill, the fans of Chelsea Grin made one last push that just gave the band enough momentum to snag a win. Now that the Salt Lake City deathcore group have defeated Arch Enemy and Kreator, they stand face to face with a little Finnish band from Lake Bodom.
In a vicious battle between Arch Enemy and Chelsea Grin, superfans of both metal acts united to support their heroes. However, after it was all said and done, only one band could walk away from the Death Match in-tact -- that band was Chelsea Grin. The Salt Lake City deathcore outfit have scraped up their first Death Match win, but they've got a legendary opponent ahead of them.
Arch Enemy claim yet another victim as Angela Gossow and the boys put Job for a Cowboy to sleep in last week's Death Match. That makes two wins for the Swedish metallers -- officially bringing them to the halfway point in their journey to the Death Match Hall of Fame. However, Arch Enemy may not be all-smiles after facing their next opponents.