XisForEyes | Absolute Corporeal Besmirchment

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Absolute Corporeal Besmirchment

by XisForEyes

XisForEyes are a brutal death metal band who combine blastbeat drums with walls of guitar and deathly vocals to mark themselves out as one the UK's best underground bands.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Grindcore
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1. Absolute Corporeal Besmirchment
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2. Transitions
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3. Saturday Night Cleaver
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4. VultureManMouth
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5. The Blackening Sunset
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6. Convulsions
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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'Absolute Corporeal Besmirchment' is the third EP from Geordie grindcore crew XisForEyes. Their follow-up to 'The Cassandra Syndrome' boasts 6 new tracks of death metal mayhem.

With far more professional quality recordings than any previous material, the band have taken a new approach to music and have managed to seperate themselves from the rest of what is now a dire genre. Their low end riffs combined with deathly vocals and blastbeat drums have made them stand out among their peers as one of the best underground UK bands at the moment.

Summed up as 'heavier than a bag of dead babies', this is not one to be missed.


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