Fractured Fairytales | Unvale

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Unvale

by Fractured Fairytales

This record introduces an hour of heart darkening apocalyptic industrial metal to the world of music.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Gothic Metal
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1. Consigned to Oblivion
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2. Return to Dirt
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3. The Last Day
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4. Concreate
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5. The End of Time Song
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6. Dystopia
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7. Generation Dead
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8. The Great Abomination
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9. Anathma
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10. The Killer Is Me
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11. Unvale
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12. 362799
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13. Self Sustained Demise
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14. Surrogate God
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15. Mime Like
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Fractured Fairytales' second full length release, “Unvale,” takes the band and the listeners to a darker, heavier plane of perception and divination. It provides an apocalyptic message and delivers with twisted and layered synths coupled with grinding/chunking guitars and a half electronic, half acoustic entourage of metal and industrial drums that reinforce this forsaken structure. The vocals retain a blend of gothic, black, death and metal tones eager to feed the ears of hungry hearts in search for truthfully foreboding and nefarious lyrics. Spine tingling stanzas provide listeners with words of doom, cataclysm, and warnings of a now stale existence. Growling haunts of orgasmic euphoria in tones and music architectures come to fruition upon the tracks of this album.


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Bern

Wow
Love how Lutachrist combines the death and furious metal tones with the dark haunted atmospheres...Unvale is more refined than "Murmur" yet follow the parameters of brutallity...The enterily album sounds f***ing evil.
I can't get enough of hearing. Seriously you have to buy it
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