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Customer Reviews

A work of art!

These guys have yet to dissapoint me with a single track of theirs. They're easily one of the most bonecrushing bands signed to Sumerian Records. Jigsaw has only been out a few days and it's been repeated on my ipod at least 20 times. This album will be amazing!

Album of the Summer

You can complain about how the vocals were done, but, this album is unique. Each song sounds different. It's so hard to find a band that separates themselves from a saturated genre. BTM does. Phantom and Upon This Dawnings 'We Are All Sinners' are the Albums of the Summer.

Cluttered

It's respectable to see they're trying to bring together different genres but its all jumbled together with lack of transitions. In my opinion: awful album in general.

Biography

Formed: 2008 in Paris, France

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Based out of Paris, France, Betraying the Martyrs temper the punishing brutality of deathcore with melodic flourishes pulled from symphonic and progressive metal, giving it a theatricality that feels distinctly European. Formed in 2008, the band, which at the time was made up of singer Eddie Czaicki, guitarists Fabien Clévy and Baptiste Vigier, bassist Valentin Hauser, keyboardist Victor Guillet, and drummer Antoine Salin, would self-release its debut EP, The Hurt the Divine the Light, in 2009. A...
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Phantom, Betraying the Martyrs
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jul 14, 2014

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