℗ 2016 Relapse Records Inc.
Duration 43m 35s
Record Label Relapse Records
Catalogue No. RR7306
Release Date January 15, 2016
Genre Metal
 

Bloodiest

Bloodiest

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1.1
Mesmerize
Bloodiest
5:17
1.2
The Widow
Bloodiest
7:53
1.3
Condition
Bloodiest
2:54
1.4
Broken Teeth
Bloodiest
7:31
1.5
Mind Overlaps
Bloodiest
3:23
1.6
He Is Disease
Bloodiest
6:35
1.7
Separation
Bloodiest
7:58
1.8
Suffer
Bloodiest
2:04
Duration    43m 35s
This second album from Chicago's six-piece, experimental ensemble Bloodiest is packed with ritualistically heavy orchestrations, taking the distinctive genre-bending, wall-of-sound the band forged on its debut Descent to an entirely new level. Droning melodies, earthshaking riffs and trance-inducing atmosphere sounds wrap around one another in a tight, cohesive package. Produced by the band's own Tony Lazzara and Sanford Parker (YOB, Minsk) and led by the distinctive wail of frontman Bruce Lamont (Yakuza, Corrections House), the self-titled album further establishes the band as an inimitable force both in and beyond heavy music.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Relapse Records Studio Masters

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