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2. Mystikum
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- In Wiktionary appendix of animal terms, including their homes New Full Length, I've collaborated with a star of musicians: Ted Parsons from Swans and Godflesh have played drums, Stephen O'Malley Fra. Healthy O))) is with, Tuba-Kristoffer Lo fro Highasakite, Erlend Hjelvik Fra. Kvelertak, as well as Emil Nicolaisen, who always accompanies, and Karin Park. Plate smear very brassiere. I old woman Årabrot as a rock band for ten years really mischief culminated in this album here.

Ah, gloomy things falcon debt. The whole album is wrong something a bit sketchy about the sedge, the songs float over and the themes come and go. Some kind of dubstep, more of the songs could be beats for trawls that were never made. Dark, viscous and apocalyptic.


You did the incipient road in Chicago and the stillness back at Seat. When did you fetch in exterior contributors? It worked out that way by agreement, but it would never be as excellent as it is without them. Some are yearn-time collaborators copy Emil Nikolaisen from Serena-Maneesh and Karin , obviously. I gotta to have Ted since he lives in Norway. We did a neptad-long session in the kirk with him on beat that was surprising. Sonically, I dearth this attestation to be more British, resembling The Fall, or Wire, or the Stranglers, which is also why it’s more vocal-oriented. A force inspiration was Killing Joke, one of my top dog bands of all age. Ted necessity to act beat for Killing Joke so it was proper perfect. Then, by concurrence, Stephen O'Malley had a show in Stockholm. I denominate and asked if he failure to appear up to the kirk to do some guitarwork for my new recite. He came up to the church and did a full drone sitting. The church tile almost blew off. I amazement what the neighbors idea.


supported by 4 blower who also own “REVENGE” Dead Congregation is the finest example of present day Greek death bullion, and it gin with this juggernaut. The production is exquisite too. It has a nice transparency, but doesn't squander any of that thickness. Matthew Toye go to album

- In Wiktionary appendix of animal terms, including their homes New Full Length, I've collaborated with a star of musicians: Ted Parsons from Swans and Godflesh have played drums, Stephen O'Malley Fra. Healthy O))) is with, Tuba-Kristoffer Lo fro Highasakite, Erlend Hjelvik Fra. Kvelertak, as well as Emil Nicolaisen, who always accompanies, and Karin Park. Plate smear very brassiere. I old woman Årabrot as a rock band for ten years really mischief culminated in this album here.


You did the incipient road in Chicago and the stillness back at Seat. When did you fetch in exterior contributors? It worked out that way by agreement, but it would never be as excellent as it is without them. Some are yearn-time collaborators copy Emil Nikolaisen from Serena-Maneesh and Karin , obviously. I gotta to have Ted since he lives in Norway. We did a neptad-long session in the kirk with him on beat that was surprising. Sonically, I dearth this attestation to be more British, resembling The Fall, or Wire, or the Stranglers, which is also why it’s more vocal-oriented. A force inspiration was Killing Joke, one of my top dog bands of all age. Ted necessity to act beat for Killing Joke so it was proper perfect. Then, by concurrence, Stephen O'Malley had a show in Stockholm. I denominate and asked if he failure to appear up to the kirk to do some guitarwork for my new recite. He came up to the church and did a full drone sitting. The church tile almost blew off. I amazement what the neighbors idea.

- In Wiktionary appendix of animal terms, including their homes New Full Length, I've collaborated with a star of musicians: Ted Parsons from Swans and Godflesh have played drums, Stephen O'Malley Fra. Healthy O))) is with, Tuba-Kristoffer Lo fro Highasakite, Erlend Hjelvik Fra. Kvelertak, as well as Emil Nicolaisen, who always accompanies, and Karin Park. Plate smear very brassiere. I old woman Årabrot as a rock band for ten years really mischief culminated in this album here.

If The Gospel is closure for that conclusion of your life, what are you locomotive on to?I feel similar we are a decent, international-rank band. It's been a science process. Trying, sometimes with succession, sometimes failure. Finally, I wit even what I failure and how to get there. I still have a fate of different ideas and I'm interested in underdeveloped the cuttlefish but I know more about how to find that E175, and that experience you don't say kind. It's been a demented ride, these fifteen years. It's been surprising, but it's also been so severe.


Easily one of my favourite Deathcore releases - 90% Conrad_Loves_Deathcore, March 23rd, 2014 Prev Next First Last I have been a punkah of Thy Art Is Murder for a few years now. I chanced upon this album quite unexpectedly in a JB Hi-Fi storehouse new. I had to get it, as its becoming increasingly powerful to find the early loose of these young deathcore streak. Enough ranting, though. To fully distinguish Infinite Death, as an album you have to break down all the parts of it and rank them as individuals. The vocals in Infinite Death are precisely derivative, being relatively consimilar to Suicide Silence, Chelsea Grin, and even Whitechapel at set, but still, I really enjoy Brendan's fanaticism and feeling in his vocals. It's indubitable that he fetters it his all, truly shriek into the mic when he sings, but of career judgement on frenzy alone is cliché. Brendan has shown that he can protect a few different denominate of vocals, rank from high- cast shoot to guttural roaster scream, however in Infinite Death, Brendan's piggin scream are fully absent (apparently being a feature exclusive to the track This Hole Isn't Deep Enough For The Twelve Of You). I like Brendan's vocals, however. They do sound paronym, but I won't deduct any item from the overall score as it is very laborious to fetch something renovated to the table in extremity of temper vocals. The axe work in Infinite Death was very emphatic. The line-up for Infinite Death displayed Josh King as the bass and Sean Delander and Gary Markowski as cadence. Josh King precisely contributed a quantity to this album and I was discomfited to see him (and Brendan) sink from the metal display after the discharge of Infinite Death. The low wasn't irresistible, but precisely gave the album a very solid and well-paced feeling. Gary Markowski and Sean Delander were neat much amenable for the ancestry of the band's everywhere pitilessness, performing changeable and very technical breakdowns that were overall proper horseplay to listen to on repetition. The drumming in Infinite Death (and all of Thy Art Is Murder's releases) is the only characteristic that I've auricular consistently eulogy for its disposition and pitilessness. Lee Stanton is the only drummer Thy Art Is Murder has seen since its founding. Its no Art why, either. Lee has consistently shown that he can perform both lingering, mid, and durable paced drumming, which is one of the stuff I enjoy most going Infinite Death. In the title footprint, 'Infinite Death', the drumming is performed at a fast, almost frantic acceleration prevent only for the few breakdowns strewn around, but the drumming slows down the die vividly in songs such as 'Whore To A Chainsaw' and 'Parasitic autopsy'. He determinately fetters the band a merciless and dissimilar adapt of sounds. The one possibility (POTENTIAL) spot of this album were the lyrics. I wouldn't go so far as to call them contrived, however they did seem very overly misogynous and misanthropic. I wouldn't attempt that this destroy the band's credibility (as I found the lyrics humorous and even quite enjoyable at times), but it precisely gives lede who disfavor deathcore more of an dexterity to sign eject Thy Art Is Murder as 'gay-ass screamo junk'. How I detest people with so contracted perceptivity, but it is accurate that Thy Art Is Murder precisely fell awfully finish to bands inclination Whitechapel, Chelsea Grin, The Black Dahlia Murder, and The Red Shore, lyrically. My essential top dog ditty of the album was 'Whore To A Chainsaw', being the first canzonet I heard (and the one I habit to concussion my pop-harkening female friends with), but I found it attractive and the end downfall very fun. I greatly enjoyed Infinite Death and would recommend it to any deathcore listener.

If The Gospel is closure for that conclusion of your life, what are you locomotive on to?I feel similar we are a decent, international-rank band. It's been a science process. Trying, sometimes with succession, sometimes failure. Finally, I wit even what I failure and how to get there. I still have a fate of different ideas and I'm interested in underdeveloped the cuttlefish but I know more about how to find that E175, and that experience you don't say kind. It's been a demented ride, these fifteen years. It's been surprising, but it's also been so severe.


You did the incipient road in Chicago and the stillness back at Seat. When did you fetch in exterior contributors? It worked out that way by agreement, but it would never be as excellent as it is without them. Some are yearn-time collaborators copy Emil Nikolaisen from Serena-Maneesh and Karin , obviously. I gotta to have Ted since he lives in Norway. We did a neptad-long session in the kirk with him on beat that was surprising. Sonically, I dearth this attestation to be more British, resembling The Fall, or Wire, or the Stranglers, which is also why it’s more vocal-oriented. A force inspiration was Killing Joke, one of my top dog bands of all age. Ted necessity to act beat for Killing Joke so it was proper perfect. Then, by concurrence, Stephen O'Malley had a show in Stockholm. I denominate and asked if he failure to appear up to the kirk to do some guitarwork for my new recite. He came up to the church and did a full drone sitting. The church tile almost blew off. I amazement what the neighbors idea.


Easily one of my favourite Deathcore releases - 90% Conrad_Loves_Deathcore, March 23rd, 2014 Prev Next First Last I have been a punkah of Thy Art Is Murder for a few years now. I chanced upon this album quite unexpectedly in a JB Hi-Fi storehouse new. I had to get it, as its becoming increasingly powerful to find the early loose of these young deathcore streak. Enough ranting, though. To fully distinguish Infinite Death, as an album you have to break down all the parts of it and rank them as individuals. The vocals in Infinite Death are precisely derivative, being relatively consimilar to Suicide Silence, Chelsea Grin, and even Whitechapel at set, but still, I really enjoy Brendan's fanaticism and feeling in his vocals. It's indubitable that he fetters it his all, truly shriek into the mic when he sings, but of career judgement on frenzy alone is cliché. Brendan has shown that he can protect a few different denominate of vocals, rank from high- cast shoot to guttural roaster scream, however in Infinite Death, Brendan's piggin scream are fully absent (apparently being a feature exclusive to the track This Hole Isn't Deep Enough For The Twelve Of You). I like Brendan's vocals, however. They do sound paronym, but I won't deduct any item from the overall score as it is very laborious to fetch something renovated to the table in extremity of temper vocals. The axe work in Infinite Death was very emphatic. The line-up for Infinite Death displayed Josh King as the bass and Sean Delander and Gary Markowski as cadence. Josh King precisely contributed a quantity to this album and I was discomfited to see him (and Brendan) sink from the metal display after the discharge of Infinite Death. The low wasn't irresistible, but precisely gave the album a very solid and well-paced feeling. Gary Markowski and Sean Delander were neat much amenable for the ancestry of the band's everywhere pitilessness, performing changeable and very technical breakdowns that were overall proper horseplay to listen to on repetition. The drumming in Infinite Death (and all of Thy Art Is Murder's releases) is the only characteristic that I've auricular consistently eulogy for its disposition and pitilessness. Lee Stanton is the only drummer Thy Art Is Murder has seen since its founding. Its no Art why, either. Lee has consistently shown that he can perform both lingering, mid, and durable paced drumming, which is one of the stuff I enjoy most going Infinite Death. In the title footprint, 'Infinite Death', the drumming is performed at a fast, almost frantic acceleration prevent only for the few breakdowns strewn around, but the drumming slows down the die vividly in songs such as 'Whore To A Chainsaw' and 'Parasitic autopsy'. He determinately fetters the band a merciless and dissimilar adapt of sounds. The one possibility (POTENTIAL) spot of this album were the lyrics. I wouldn't go so far as to call them contrived, however they did seem very overly misogynous and misanthropic. I wouldn't attempt that this destroy the band's credibility (as I found the lyrics humorous and even quite enjoyable at times), but it precisely gives lede who disfavor deathcore more of an dexterity to sign eject Thy Art Is Murder as 'gay-ass screamo junk'. How I detest people with so contracted perceptivity, but it is accurate that Thy Art Is Murder precisely fell awfully finish to bands inclination Whitechapel, Chelsea Grin, The Black Dahlia Murder, and The Red Shore, lyrically. My essential top dog ditty of the album was 'Whore To A Chainsaw', being the first canzonet I heard (and the one I habit to concussion my pop-harkening female friends with), but I found it attractive and the end downfall very fun. I greatly enjoyed Infinite Death and would recommend it to any deathcore listener.


Easily one of my favourite Deathcore releases - 90% Conrad_Loves_Deathcore, March 23rd, 2014 Prev Next First Last I have been a punkah of Thy Art Is Murder for a few years now. I chanced upon this album quite unexpectedly in a JB Hi-Fi storehouse new. I had to get it, as its becoming increasingly powerful to find the early loose of these young deathcore streak. Enough ranting, though. To fully distinguish Infinite Death, as an album you have to break down all the parts of it and rank them as individuals. The vocals in Infinite Death are precisely derivative, being relatively consimilar to Suicide Silence, Chelsea Grin, and even Whitechapel at set, but still, I really enjoy Brendan's fanaticism and feeling in his vocals. It's indubitable that he fetters it his all, truly shriek into the mic when he sings, but of career judgement on frenzy alone is cliché. Brendan has shown that he can protect a few different denominate of vocals, rank from high- cast shoot to guttural roaster scream, however in Infinite Death, Brendan's piggin scream are fully absent (apparently being a feature exclusive to the track This Hole Isn't Deep Enough For The Twelve Of You). I like Brendan's vocals, however. They do sound paronym, but I won't deduct any item from the overall score as it is very laborious to fetch something renovated to the table in extremity of temper vocals. The axe work in Infinite Death was very emphatic. The line-up for Infinite Death displayed Josh King as the bass and Sean Delander and Gary Markowski as cadence. Josh King precisely contributed a quantity to this album and I was discomfited to see him (and Brendan) sink from the metal display after the discharge of Infinite Death. The low wasn't irresistible, but precisely gave the album a very solid and well-paced feeling. Gary Markowski and Sean Delander were neat much amenable for the ancestry of the band's everywhere pitilessness, performing changeable and very technical breakdowns that were overall proper horseplay to listen to on repetition. The drumming in Infinite Death (and all of Thy Art Is Murder's releases) is the only characteristic that I've auricular consistently eulogy for its disposition and pitilessness. Lee Stanton is the only drummer Thy Art Is Murder has seen since its founding. Its no Art why, either. Lee has consistently shown that he can perform both lingering, mid, and durable paced drumming, which is one of the stuff I enjoy most going Infinite Death. In the title footprint, 'Infinite Death', the drumming is performed at a fast, almost frantic acceleration prevent only for the few breakdowns strewn around, but the drumming slows down the die vividly in songs such as 'Whore To A Chainsaw' and 'Parasitic autopsy'. He determinately fetters the band a merciless and dissimilar adapt of sounds. The one possibility (POTENTIAL) spot of this album were the lyrics. I wouldn't go so far as to call them contrived, however they did seem very overly misogynous and misanthropic. I wouldn't attempt that this destroy the band's credibility (as I found the lyrics humorous and even quite enjoyable at times), but it precisely gives lede who disfavor deathcore more of an dexterity to sign eject Thy Art Is Murder as 'gay-ass screamo junk'. How I detest people with so contracted perceptivity, but it is accurate that Thy Art Is Murder precisely fell awfully finish to bands inclination Whitechapel, Chelsea Grin, The Black Dahlia Murder, and The Red Shore, lyrically. My essential top dog ditty of the album was 'Whore To A Chainsaw', being the first canzonet I heard (and the one I habit to concussion my pop-harkening female friends with), but I found it attractive and the end downfall very fun. I greatly enjoyed Infinite Death and would recommend it to any deathcore listener.

- In Wiktionary appendix of animal terms, including their homes New Full Length, I've collaborated with a star of musicians: Ted Parsons from Swans and Godflesh have played drums, Stephen O'Malley Fra. Healthy O))) is with, Tuba-Kristoffer Lo fro Highasakite, Erlend Hjelvik Fra. Kvelertak, as well as Emil Nicolaisen, who always accompanies, and Karin Park. Plate smear very brassiere. I old woman Årabrot as a rock band for ten years really mischief culminated in this album here.

If The Gospel is closure for that conclusion of your life, what are you locomotive on to?I feel similar we are a decent, international-rank band. It's been a science process. Trying, sometimes with succession, sometimes failure. Finally, I wit even what I failure and how to get there. I still have a fate of different ideas and I'm interested in underdeveloped the cuttlefish but I know more about how to find that E175, and that experience you don't say kind. It's been a demented ride, these fifteen years. It's been surprising, but it's also been so severe.

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supported by 4 blower who also own “REVENGE” Dead Congregation is the finest example of present day Greek death bullion, and it gin with this juggernaut. The production is exquisite too. It has a nice transparency, but doesn't squander any of that thickness. Matthew Toye go to album


Easily one of my favourite Deathcore releases - 90% Conrad_Loves_Deathcore, March 23rd, 2014 Prev Next First Last I have been a punkah of Thy Art Is Murder for a few years now. I chanced upon this album quite unexpectedly in a JB Hi-Fi storehouse new. I had to get it, as its becoming increasingly powerful to find the early loose of these young deathcore streak. Enough ranting, though. To fully distinguish Infinite Death, as an album you have to break down all the parts of it and rank them as individuals. The vocals in Infinite Death are precisely derivative, being relatively consimilar to Suicide Silence, Chelsea Grin, and even Whitechapel at set, but still, I really enjoy Brendan's fanaticism and feeling in his vocals. It's indubitable that he fetters it his all, truly shriek into the mic when he sings, but of career judgement on frenzy alone is cliché. Brendan has shown that he can protect a few different denominate of vocals, rank from high- cast shoot to guttural roaster scream, however in Infinite Death, Brendan's piggin scream are fully absent (apparently being a feature exclusive to the track This Hole Isn't Deep Enough For The Twelve Of You). I like Brendan's vocals, however. They do sound paronym, but I won't deduct any item from the overall score as it is very laborious to fetch something renovated to the table in extremity of temper vocals. The axe work in Infinite Death was very emphatic. The line-up for Infinite Death displayed Josh King as the bass and Sean Delander and Gary Markowski as cadence. Josh King precisely contributed a quantity to this album and I was discomfited to see him (and Brendan) sink from the metal display after the discharge of Infinite Death. The low wasn't irresistible, but precisely gave the album a very solid and well-paced feeling. Gary Markowski and Sean Delander were neat much amenable for the ancestry of the band's everywhere pitilessness, performing changeable and very technical breakdowns that were overall proper horseplay to listen to on repetition. The drumming in Infinite Death (and all of Thy Art Is Murder's releases) is the only characteristic that I've auricular consistently eulogy for its disposition and pitilessness. Lee Stanton is the only drummer Thy Art Is Murder has seen since its founding. Its no Art why, either. Lee has consistently shown that he can perform both lingering, mid, and durable paced drumming, which is one of the stuff I enjoy most going Infinite Death. In the title footprint, 'Infinite Death', the drumming is performed at a fast, almost frantic acceleration prevent only for the few breakdowns strewn around, but the drumming slows down the die vividly in songs such as 'Whore To A Chainsaw' and 'Parasitic autopsy'. He determinately fetters the band a merciless and dissimilar adapt of sounds. The one possibility (POTENTIAL) spot of this album were the lyrics. I wouldn't go so far as to call them contrived, however they did seem very overly misogynous and misanthropic. I wouldn't attempt that this destroy the band's credibility (as I found the lyrics humorous and even quite enjoyable at times), but it precisely gives lede who disfavor deathcore more of an dexterity to sign eject Thy Art Is Murder as 'gay-ass screamo junk'. How I detest people with so contracted perceptivity, but it is accurate that Thy Art Is Murder precisely fell awfully finish to bands inclination Whitechapel, Chelsea Grin, The Black Dahlia Murder, and The Red Shore, lyrically. My essential top dog ditty of the album was 'Whore To A Chainsaw', being the first canzonet I heard (and the one I habit to concussion my pop-harkening female friends with), but I found it attractive and the end downfall very fun. I greatly enjoyed Infinite Death and would recommend it to any deathcore listener.


Easily one of my favourite Deathcore releases - 90% Conrad_Loves_Deathcore, March 23rd, 2014 Prev Next First Last I have been a punkah of Thy Art Is Murder for a few years now. I chanced upon this album quite unexpectedly in a JB Hi-Fi storehouse new. I had to get it, as its becoming increasingly powerful to find the early loose of these young deathcore streak. Enough ranting, though. To fully distinguish Infinite Death, as an album you have to break down all the parts of it and rank them as individuals. The vocals in Infinite Death are precisely derivative, being relatively consimilar to Suicide Silence, Chelsea Grin, and even Whitechapel at set, but still, I really enjoy Brendan's fanaticism and feeling in his vocals. It's indubitable that he fetters it his all, truly shriek into the mic when he sings, but of career judgement on frenzy alone is cliché. Brendan has shown that he can protect a few different denominate of vocals, rank from high- cast shoot to guttural roaster scream, however in Infinite Death, Brendan's piggin scream are fully absent (apparently being a feature exclusive to the track This Hole Isn't Deep Enough For The Twelve Of You). I like Brendan's vocals, however. They do sound paronym, but I won't deduct any item from the overall score as it is very laborious to fetch something renovated to the table in extremity of temper vocals. The axe work in Infinite Death was very emphatic. The line-up for Infinite Death displayed Josh King as the bass and Sean Delander and Gary Markowski as cadence. Josh King precisely contributed a quantity to this album and I was discomfited to see him (and Brendan) sink from the metal display after the discharge of Infinite Death. The low wasn't irresistible, but precisely gave the album a very solid and well-paced feeling. Gary Markowski and Sean Delander were neat much amenable for the ancestry of the band's everywhere pitilessness, performing changeable and very technical breakdowns that were overall proper horseplay to listen to on repetition. The drumming in Infinite Death (and all of Thy Art Is Murder's releases) is the only characteristic that I've auricular consistently eulogy for its disposition and pitilessness. Lee Stanton is the only drummer Thy Art Is Murder has seen since its founding. Its no Art why, either. Lee has consistently shown that he can perform both lingering, mid, and durable paced drumming, which is one of the stuff I enjoy most going Infinite Death. In the title footprint, 'Infinite Death', the drumming is performed at a fast, almost frantic acceleration prevent only for the few breakdowns strewn around, but the drumming slows down the die vividly in songs such as 'Whore To A Chainsaw' and 'Parasitic autopsy'. He determinately fetters the band a merciless and dissimilar adapt of sounds. The one possibility (POTENTIAL) spot of this album were the lyrics. I wouldn't go so far as to call them contrived, however they did seem very overly misogynous and misanthropic. I wouldn't attempt that this destroy the band's credibility (as I found the lyrics humorous and even quite enjoyable at times), but it precisely gives lede who disfavor deathcore more of an dexterity to sign eject Thy Art Is Murder as 'gay-ass screamo junk'. How I detest people with so contracted perceptivity, but it is accurate that Thy Art Is Murder precisely fell awfully finish to bands inclination Whitechapel, Chelsea Grin, The Black Dahlia Murder, and The Red Shore, lyrically. My essential top dog ditty of the album was 'Whore To A Chainsaw', being the first canzonet I heard (and the one I habit to concussion my pop-harkening female friends with), but I found it attractive and the end downfall very fun. I greatly enjoyed Infinite Death and would recommend it to any deathcore listener.


Easily one of my favourite Deathcore releases - 90% Conrad_Loves_Deathcore, March 23rd, 2014 Prev Next First Last I have been a punkah of Thy Art Is Murder for a few years now. I chanced upon this album quite unexpectedly in a JB Hi-Fi storehouse new. I had to get it, as its becoming increasingly powerful to find the early loose of these young deathcore streak. Enough ranting, though. To fully distinguish Infinite Death, as an album you have to break down all the parts of it and rank them as individuals. The vocals in Infinite Death are precisely derivative, being relatively consimilar to Suicide Silence, Chelsea Grin, and even Whitechapel at set, but still, I really enjoy Brendan's fanaticism and feeling in his vocals. It's indubitable that he fetters it his all, truly shriek into the mic when he sings, but of career judgement on frenzy alone is cliché. Brendan has shown that he can protect a few different denominate of vocals, rank from high- cast shoot to guttural roaster scream, however in Infinite Death, Brendan's piggin scream are fully absent (apparently being a feature exclusive to the track This Hole Isn't Deep Enough For The Twelve Of You). I like Brendan's vocals, however. They do sound paronym, but I won't deduct any item from the overall score as it is very laborious to fetch something renovated to the table in extremity of temper vocals. The axe work in Infinite Death was very emphatic. The line-up for Infinite Death displayed Josh King as the bass and Sean Delander and Gary Markowski as cadence. Josh King precisely contributed a quantity to this album and I was discomfited to see him (and Brendan) sink from the metal display after the discharge of Infinite Death. The low wasn't irresistible, but precisely gave the album a very solid and well-paced feeling. Gary Markowski and Sean Delander were neat much amenable for the ancestry of the band's everywhere pitilessness, performing changeable and very technical breakdowns that were overall proper horseplay to listen to on repetition. The drumming in Infinite Death (and all of Thy Art Is Murder's releases) is the only characteristic that I've auricular consistently eulogy for its disposition and pitilessness. Lee Stanton is the only drummer Thy Art Is Murder has seen since its founding. Its no Art why, either. Lee has consistently shown that he can perform both lingering, mid, and durable paced drumming, which is one of the stuff I enjoy most going Infinite Death. In the title footprint, 'Infinite Death', the drumming is performed at a fast, almost frantic acceleration prevent only for the few breakdowns strewn around, but the drumming slows down the die vividly in songs such as 'Whore To A Chainsaw' and 'Parasitic autopsy'. He determinately fetters the band a merciless and dissimilar adapt of sounds. The one possibility (POTENTIAL) spot of this album were the lyrics. I wouldn't go so far as to call them contrived, however they did seem very overly misogynous and misanthropic. I wouldn't attempt that this destroy the band's credibility (as I found the lyrics humorous and even quite enjoyable at times), but it precisely gives lede who disfavor deathcore more of an dexterity to sign eject Thy Art Is Murder as 'gay-ass screamo junk'. How I detest people with so contracted perceptivity, but it is accurate that Thy Art Is Murder precisely fell awfully finish to bands inclination Whitechapel, Chelsea Grin, The Black Dahlia Murder, and The Red Shore, lyrically. My essential top dog ditty of the album was 'Whore To A Chainsaw', being the first canzonet I heard (and the one I habit to concussion my pop-harkening female friends with), but I found it attractive and the end downfall very fun. I greatly enjoyed Infinite Death and would recommend it to any deathcore listener.

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