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Animus

Venom Prison

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1
Syllogism
Venom Prison
1:20
2
Abysmal Agony
Venom Prison
2:59
3
Celestial Patricide
Venom Prison
4:01
4
Desecration of Human Privilege
Venom Prison
2:04
5
Corrode the Black Sun
Venom Prison
4:38
6
Immanetize Eschaton
Venom Prison
4:48
7
The Exquisite Taste of Selfishness
Venom Prison
3:08
8
Devoid
Venom Prison
3:38
9
Perpetrator Emasculation
Venom Prison
1:32
10
Womb Forced Animus
Venom Prison
4:59
Total Playing Time    33:07
"The album art is just the beginning of the brutality that makes up Animus: the album is heavy, groovy and aggressive throughout ... pummelling riffs and a vicious vocal delivery from frontwoman L (ex-Wolf Down) lead the no-frills death metal charge, backed by a thundering low end. Touches of grindcore and hardcore ... make their way into the music as well; the output is a formidable debut full-length."
- Decibel

Animus is the punishing and brutal debut full-length album from British death metal band Venom Prison, whose five members go by first initials only.
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