The Embodiment of Hate

by Our Place of Worship Is Silence

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Brendan Sloan
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Brendan Sloan When you're this hateful, you don't need reverb. Everything at full power, direct assault. One of the most vicious vocal performances I've ever heard, see the penultimate track for details. Horrifically good. Favorite track: Our Place of Worship.
E. V.
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E. V. the title says it all...
Camryn Marquez
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Camryn Marquez Most death metal bands try to sound scary by playing fast and doing growly vocals, but few of their sounds actually sound like they carry with them any emotional weight or baggage. Perhaps their frustrations are real, but they don't necessarily translate those feeling of frustration into the emotional core of their song. This band knows how to capture what death should sound and feel like to us: harsh, stark, saddening, and full of fear, and turn that into a song or seven. Favorite track: Resplendent Misery.
Forlorn Hope
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Forlorn Hope I do enjoy a good galloping riff, and this album has many of them. Favorite track: Resplendent Misery.
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released October 14, 2016



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Track Name: Feast of Martyrdom
Bound and tortured, exhausted
To the point of being pulled into nonsense.
To die is to live and to suffer
Is to see man prosper past
The point of survival.
Crawling to the feet of
Thy Mother of anguish,
Shun and left to rot
Among the scrutiny of eyes.
Desperation for finality
Saturates each limb
Exposed to the flames,
The mass of flesh scorched
From itself.
The light's bleak nature dissolves
Into fractals of unbecoming,
Submitted to the abundance
Of void.