Descend To Rise | Behind The Infinite Scenes

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Behind The Infinite Scenes

by Descend To Rise

Screamo/ Melodic Metalcore
Genre: Metal/Punk: Metalcore
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1. My Apathetic Heart
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3:48 album only
2. The Darkness And The Sheperd
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3:30 album only
3. The Everlasting Change
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2:55 album only
4. A Soliloquy
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3:32 album only
5. The Grey Green
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2:53 album only
6. I Left This Sinking Ship
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4:31 album only
7. Oh, Brother
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4:33 album only
8. Without Goodbyes
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3:38 album only
9. Anything Else Than Nothing
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4:02 album only
10. From Far Beyond This World
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4:51 album only
11. This Seems So Indigestible
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5:01 album only


Album Notes
After their very well received debut EP „Standing At This Safe Place...“ Descend To Rise is set to unveil its long awaited debut full length. The band definitely did their homework and improved what they already do best. A casual listen to songs such as „My Apathetic Heart“ or „A Soliloquy“ reveals the bands' typical style of mixing heavy downstroke riffs and a rich blend of both musical and vocal melody. Either way “Behind The Infinite Scenes” surprises the listener
with fine harmonies that are wrapped up with destroying mosh parts. The top notch production perfectly captures the live energy of Descend To Rise and introduces a sound that is just imposing. The release of this debut full length will obviously help Descend To Rise to get acknowledged even in today's crowded hard music scene. “Behind The Infinite Scenes” is already an ever-catchy, heartfelt and artful assault.


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Nathan S.

Descend To Rise: Behind the Infinite Scenes
Awsome! Reminds me a bit of the band Selfmindead or maybe a hardcore version of Blindside.