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“Borders of Mania” is a relentless extreme metal opus of technical beauty and bludgeoning grace! Red Rot is the extreme metal band of Luciano Lorusso George and Davide Tiso, formerly of Ephel Duath, and their follow up album “Borders of Mania” is a relentless opus of technical beauty and bludgeoning grace. A punishing descent into human psychosis.
Red Rot is a physical band, it attacks you right on the gut once you push play. When Luciano and Davide decided to start the band, they had this big raw sound in mind: Red Rot’s essence was alive even before the songs were written. Roaring guitars attacking the listener like a bag of bricks, natural sounding extreme metal drums, a heavy rounded bass linking guitars and drums and a voice that punishes like a crazy sermon playing on a loop in your head. Red Rot has also a broken, masculine sense of doom. It’s almost funerary.
It’s the kind darkness that is palpable and right in your face. Almost unequivocal. The fifteen songs on “Borders of Mania” are musically intense, raw and passionate, but with a multi-faceted elegance that envisages Red Rot appealing to fans of radical and heavy music right across the spectrum. Engorged with elements of Death Metal, Doom and Thrash: Mal de Vivre sounds like a twisted blend of the roots of early Morbid Angel and Paradise Lost with the experimental discord of Voivod and the hardcore clash and klang of bands like Converge.
“Borders of Mania” is a relentless extreme metal opus of technical beauty and bludgeoning grace! Red Rot is the extreme metal band of Luciano Lorusso George and Davide Tiso, formerly of Ephel Duath, and their follow up album “Borders of Mania” is a relentless opus of technical beauty and bludgeoning grace. A punishing descent into human psychosis.
Red Rot is a physical band, it attacks you right on the gut once you push play. When Luciano and Davide decided to start the band, they had this big raw sound in mind: Red Rot’s essence was alive even before the songs were written. Roaring guitars attacking the listener like a bag of bricks, natural sounding extreme metal drums, a heavy rounded bass linking guitars and drums and a voice that punishes like a crazy sermon playing on a loop in your head. Red Rot has also a broken, masculine sense of doom. It’s almost funerary.
It’s the kind darkness that is palpable and right in your face. Almost unequivocal. The fifteen songs on “Borders of Mania” are musically intense, raw and passionate, but with a multi-faceted elegance that envisages Red Rot appealing to fans of radical and heavy music right across the spectrum. Engorged with elements of Death Metal, Doom and Thrash: Mal de Vivre sounds like a twisted blend of the roots of early Morbid Angel and Paradise Lost with the experimental discord of Voivod and the hardcore clash and klang of bands like Converge.
8715392243028
Red Rot - Borders Of Mania

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Format: CD
Label: NAPALM
Rel. Date: 05/10/2024
UPC: 8715392243028

Borders Of Mania
Artist: Red Rot
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Compulsive Delusion
2. Agony Untold
3. False Memory
4. Homo Sapiens Imago Dei
5. Messianic Alteration
6. Inner Voice
7. Overlord
8. Not in Control
9. Cranioscopy
10. Endless Ravine
11. Vindication
12. Self Harm Scars
13. Misericordie
14. Sun
15. Affliction and Relief

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“Borders of Mania” is a relentless extreme metal opus of technical beauty and bludgeoning grace! Red Rot is the extreme metal band of Luciano Lorusso George and Davide Tiso, formerly of Ephel Duath, and their follow up album “Borders of Mania” is a relentless opus of technical beauty and bludgeoning grace. A punishing descent into human psychosis.
Red Rot is a physical band, it attacks you right on the gut once you push play. When Luciano and Davide decided to start the band, they had this big raw sound in mind: Red Rot’s essence was alive even before the songs were written. Roaring guitars attacking the listener like a bag of bricks, natural sounding extreme metal drums, a heavy rounded bass linking guitars and drums and a voice that punishes like a crazy sermon playing on a loop in your head. Red Rot has also a broken, masculine sense of doom. It’s almost funerary.
It’s the kind darkness that is palpable and right in your face. Almost unequivocal. The fifteen songs on “Borders of Mania” are musically intense, raw and passionate, but with a multi-faceted elegance that envisages Red Rot appealing to fans of radical and heavy music right across the spectrum. Engorged with elements of Death Metal, Doom and Thrash: Mal de Vivre sounds like a twisted blend of the roots of early Morbid Angel and Paradise Lost with the experimental discord of Voivod and the hardcore clash and klang of bands like Converge.
        
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