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Album Review

This second album from the American melodic metalcore quintet follows up their critically acclaimed 2010 debut Creatures. On this record, the catchy choruses and horror-themed lyrics are still in effect, but there is an even more pronounced electro-industrial influence than ever before. Throbbing subs, bleeping trance synth lines, and massively compressed guitar bring to mind German industrial metal outfits like Gothminister, Eisbrecher and Megaherz, but with harsher vocals., Rovi

Customer Reviews

Infamous... Motionless In White has done it again.

The best Motionless In White so far!! Absolutely AMAZING!! Buy it, you won't be disappointed. All amazing songs

Gotta love it!

I was a huge fan of creatures and infamous does not let me down. Great work guys!

Really Mediocre.

Was never a big fan of this band, but their first album had a few great songs on it. This album is nowhere as good. Every song sounds too similar, and this album lacks the awesome synth that the first album had. Not a fan of the lyrics either. Putting the f-bomb in almost every song isn't going to help. Talented musicians, but they could've done much better.


Formed: 2005 in Scranton, PA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

While their hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania is mostly known in popular culture for being perfectly mundane, gothic metalcore band Motionless in White make music that's anything but tame. Blending the raw fury of metalcore with the dramatic atmospherics of goth-metal and industrial, the band has cultivated a dark and moody sound that owes as much to Type O Negative as it does to Slayer. Formed in 2005 while members Chris Cerulli (vocals), Angelo Parente (drums), Mike Costanza (guitar), and Frank...
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