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Thy Art Is Murder, Dear Desolation. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

There can be no compromise, not in a world hanging by the slenderest of threads to its sanity, to its only means of shouting out to the Universe that it has nothing to fear from those bipeds that somehow hold it hostage every day; for the only assault that humanity should administer is that of perfect noise, of the metal infused musical crowbar to the ears and one that leaves the listener understanding that the Cosmos in all its infinite glory, just wants the Earth to Rock as hard as it can without falling apart.

Thy Art Is Murder, Holy War. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

All art is subjective, one person’s Medieval pious statue is another’s form of intolerance and exploitation, one person’s take on Michelangelo’s gift to the Vatican and the Pope can fill them with wonder, another will look upon it and witness not creation but decadence and human objectivity; it is in perhaps these conflicting emotions that the surging emotions of Holy War are seeded.