Infandous | Rotting Decaying Festering

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Rotting Decaying Festering

by Infandous

Death metal, mean and brutal as ever yet something new to hear in the genre with a thousand bands that sound alike.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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INFANDOUS is a five piece death metal band from Waterloo, Iowa. Their ability to write songs without boundaries, but yet still have smart, clear, and ear catching tunes gives INFANDOUS their indescribable death metal sound. Forming in 1997 by brothers John and Luke INFANDOUS finally became complete in early 2005. Touring has been really successful for INFANDOUS reaching out to kids in the Midwest, southern regions, and east coast. Not to mention some sell out crowds along the way. October of 2006 INFANDOUS enlisted producer Don Debiase to produce their new EP. Then found themselves recording the EP with Don and engineer Brandon Youngs at Track Six studio in Cleveland, OH. Yet to be released, the EP is in high anticipation with hundreds of plays daily and over a thousand friend requests weekly on Myspace. Their endless touring has shaped their live performance into a solid, intense, tight, and unpredictable show where their skills shine giving INFANDOUS the reputation of a devastating live show.


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TommySilence[D]

Simply Amazing
This CD is simply amazing, and well the band themselves are wickd awesome to. My band had a chance to play a show with them and all I can say is WOW! Buy the CD, and you wont regret it I promise.

Javed Khadeer

Brootal
Amazing Blast Beats Insane Guitar Heavy Vox You Won\'t regret buying this cd

Peter Noschese

Amazing
Let me start by saying this CD is amazing. Infandous know how to make a perfect blend of Death Metal and Hardcore. Even though the CD is only short of 15 minutes it will kick your ass within that time. All the songs are brutal as hell and each one is perfect. The drumming is top notch with very interesting beats and awesome double bass, the bass and guitars are perfect and the riffs are amazing, the songs are sometimes Metalcorish at some parts but for the most part they are straight Death Metal. The vocalist also does a great job and has a cool range of vocals he usually stays in a constant Death Grunt and at some points he will do a high range vocal which are pretty nice and also will go very gutteral and low like bands such as Devourment. The EP came in about a week and in perfect condition. I have not been able to stop listening to it ever since. The only problem I had with the EP is that it didn't come with any lyrics, even though its not that big of a problem since the vocalist isn't that hard to understand. I did message their bassist and he said he would send me the lyrics when he could and I'm still awaiting for the lyrics but it's all good. Anyway if you like Death Metal with a little hardcore twist to this get this album or if you just like straight Death Metal it will still most likely appeal to you.