10 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

For their fourth full-length album, the metal crew deliver deathcore fueled by pummeling drumbeats and machine-gun riffs. Most notable, however, is the return of frontman CJ McMahon after a break from the band. His trademark growling vocals and primal screams sound as invigorated and vicious as ever, forcing extraordinary intensity onto the brutal lyricism. Dear Desolation is unrelenting: “Slaves Beyond Death” opens the record with savage breakdowns, while Lee Stanton’s punishing drumming on “The Son of Misery” sets the insidious, thrilling atmosphere.

EDITORS’ NOTES

For their fourth full-length album, the metal crew deliver deathcore fueled by pummeling drumbeats and machine-gun riffs. Most notable, however, is the return of frontman CJ McMahon after a break from the band. His trademark growling vocals and primal screams sound as invigorated and vicious as ever, forcing extraordinary intensity onto the brutal lyricism. Dear Desolation is unrelenting: “Slaves Beyond Death” opens the record with savage breakdowns, while Lee Stanton’s punishing drumming on “The Son of Misery” sets the insidious, thrilling atmosphere.

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