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Helpless masses, Scattered like unborn larvae. He pulls his terror throttle A flood of muticoloured shame, Fills his shallow pit, Bonfire Smouldering Expressionless, emotionless Expressionless, emotionless Expressionless, emotionless Expressionless, emotionless As he analyzes his mummified treats As he analyzes his mummified treats As he analyzes his mummified treats As he analyzes his mummified treats The last sunspots of a surrogate dawn. Harsh, driving, faintly hardcore-influenced metal might be a better description, especially given Peres' hoarse singing. In the interim between that album and their second release six years later, the Obituary boys were gone, with a new lineup in place featuring among others another Napalm Death man in Shane Embury. .
Even though this daring album may have only been a one-off side project for the trio, it sounds just as impressive as anything the three released with and Obituary in the '90s. Though Harris carries the weight of this album as the guitarist, bassist, and backing vocalist, one must also recognize the contributions of Obituary members and who handle the drums and vocals, respectively. The Past Will Wither And Die 05. Peres, in particular, sounds surprisingly strong with his venomous, evil vocals for a guitarist. For the most part, the songs race at the speedy pace one would expect from a talented guitarist honed on grindcore, yet Harris makes his songs interesting by adjusting the tempo at key moments within each song, creating brief lulls that truly grind without relying on speed.
A multitude of children and of women and of men, An army of none. Many of the songs sound vastly different from one another in terms of both tempo and structuring. Sure, some of these songs use verses and choruses, but one must keep in mind that Harris is a remarkable guitarist. Harris is the main man behind the group's first album, 1993's Embedded, with Peres a guitarist in Obituary taking the vocal lead. A Treaty With Reality 06. Embedded is a somewhat quirky release, sometimes described as industrial death metal though it frequently isn't quite traditional death metal and the industrial influences are faint at best. Primarily the side project of , finds the guitarist exploring the many possibilities of grindcore songwriting without following any sort of precedent or sticking to any generic template.
The project is no longer. His song structuring also proves noteworthy relative to most bands in the grindcore and death metal scene. Expressionless, emotionless Expressionless, emotionless Expressionless, emotionless Expressionless, emotionless As he analyzes his mummified treats As he analyzes his mummified treats As he analyzes his mummified treats As he analyzes his mummified treats The last sunspots of a surrogate dawn. Persecuted sun has fled Eternal midnight banes, Winter of discontent Surrounded by haunted rows of brittle dead crops Farmers perish. . .
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