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As epitomized by the chaotic artwork, Swarm of the Lotus' latest is a maelstrom of destructive noise, disturbingly untidy in it's approach and delivery. Ugly from every angle, the Baltimore-based quartet plays a serrated brand of Metalcore: every bit as tortuous as Converge, and every bit as inharmonious as Today Is the Day. The frighteningly down-tuned riffs are accentuated by occasional forays into Neurosis-type grandiosity, strained throat-tearing vocals, and disrhythmic patterns of devastation. Cohesive riffs cut across jarring rhythms, befuddling the listener as to which direction the following movement will take. Sporting a Kurt Ballou production ensures the Sirens of Silence is captured in all it's horrid glory. Abacus. 2005.

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2) Call to Abandon
3) Great Masquerade
4) Yan Hui
5) Jackie G
6) Snowbeast
7) Needles and Knives
8) Insect Trust Fund
9) Vertigo
10) Judas
11) House at the Bottom of the Sea
12) Nightmare Paint
13) Great Masquerade
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16) Playing Dead - Turmoil
17) In Between the Sheets - Glass Casket
18) World's Havoc - Maroon
19) She's Strychnine - Ion Dissonance
20) 34 Months for Nothing - Devilinside
21) Cyclops - Radiation 4
22) You've Got Your Demons - Bleeding Kansas
23) Hookworm
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25) Without a Face
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