Prosody | The Dawn of Brutality

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The Dawn of Brutality

by Prosody

Brutal breakdowns, raw vocals, thrash rhythms, double bass hitting metal from Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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1. Serenity's Demise
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2. Slave of Addiction
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3. Cleansed in Agony
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4. Dawn of Brutality
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5. End of Your World
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6. United as One
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7. Kill Your Foe
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8. Victim of the Zodiac
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Album Notes
Prosody was formed in November of 2011 by guitarist Christopher Stroud (Ex- Ossuary ~ Pa USA), guitarist Christopher Rosenko (Ex- Pave the Way) and drummer Robert Smith (Ex- Demeter/Migrane). In December of 2011, vocalist Ken Ebersole (Ex- Ossuary, Praise the Sinner) joined. And by January of 2012, bassist Dave Morris (Ex- Demeter) completed the lineup. Prosody was formed with the intentions to bring back the thrash sound of the 80's with the brutal bands of today.

With influences coming from Carcass, Sepultura, Hatebreed, Machine Head, Slayer, Vio-Lence, Pantera and thousands of other death metal and thrash metal acts, Prosody incorporates their breakdowns, thrash rhythms and fast riffs into their own sound.

For fans of Sepultura, Hatebreed, Slayer, Suffocation, Dying Fetus, and Pantera.


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Mike Malok

Solid metal, good stuff
decent, solid metal, at times reminds me of Candiria with simple hardcore riff breakdowns thrown in and two vocal styles overlapping, in your face sound.

Tom Mariotti

Outstanding Metal for an unsigned act
I love this style, its got an old school recording sound (very thick), its got the thrash riffs, the soaring solos with divebombs, the acoustic breaks, the raw vocals with long held out screams with words you can actually understand for a death core band. Just wished there were more songs (8 total with a small intro as the 8th tune). I collect unsigned metal bands, so this was a fresh find for me. Compare it to Broken Hope meets Testament. I have a site where I rate albums from 0-100 with 100 being the best. And for the sound, the price and the album cover these guys get a 84 (which is pretty decent being I gave In-Graved a 82 for their stoner sound and everyone is all high on that band.