“It’s true that many bands just use visuals to enhance the shocking value of their music, but in many cases, bands and artists use the imagery to challenge the viewer with interesting ideas that could have social, political, ecological connotations, etc.”
Another accomplished collection of songs that further solidifies the bands place in the history of extreme metal.
“It’s hard to be surprised by anything these days, but it does sort of feel like we’re living in a movie right now.”
“Our new album is literally a death metal commentary of our current state of affairs.”
“Nobody has ever seen anything like this, so it’s natural for people to panic.”
“I think that’s the single most frustrating/infuriating/disheartening thing I’ve ever had to deal with.”
“We are doing our best to stay positive and try to focus our time and energy on improving our well-being.”
The Dallas-Fort Worth street metal stalwarts present the punk & metal albums that have inspired their sound.
“We always want to challenge ourselves to fully surrender to the slow grinding of the negative emotions that our music embodies.”
The album strips away the grit and crust found throughout the band’s prior releases.