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Reissue of Spectral Wound's 2018 out of print album Infernal Decadence, initially released by Vendetta Records, now available via the band's current label, Profound Lore Records, and available once again in physical format."The beauty of this album is that it manages to be memorable without relying on a specific gimmick: there's no needless clean chorus, nor pointedly overwrought leads. Each song is built on the best foundation available for a metal band: the almighty riff. With solid riffs dropping out only to make room for other equally enticing sections, it allows the competence of the rest of the band to shine without any showboating or cheese. If only there were more of this in metal." -Vice
Reissue of Spectral Wound's 2018 out of print album Infernal Decadence, initially released by Vendetta Records, now available via the band's current label, Profound Lore Records, and available once again in physical format."The beauty of this album is that it manages to be memorable without relying on a specific gimmick: there's no needless clean chorus, nor pointedly overwrought leads. Each song is built on the best foundation available for a metal band: the almighty riff. With solid riffs dropping out only to make room for other equally enticing sections, it allows the competence of the rest of the band to shine without any showboating or cheese. If only there were more of this in metal." -Vice
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Infernal Decadence
Artist: Spectral Wound
Format: CD
New: Available $15.98 $14.68 ON SALE
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Woods from Which the Spirits Once So Loudly Howled
2. Black Satanic Glamour
3. Laughter of the Medusa
4. Feral Gates of Flesh
5. La Nuit Froide de L'oubli
6. Imperial Thanatosis

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Reissue of Spectral Wound's 2018 out of print album Infernal Decadence, initially released by Vendetta Records, now available via the band's current label, Profound Lore Records, and available once again in physical format."The beauty of this album is that it manages to be memorable without relying on a specific gimmick: there's no needless clean chorus, nor pointedly overwrought leads. Each song is built on the best foundation available for a metal band: the almighty riff. With solid riffs dropping out only to make room for other equally enticing sections, it allows the competence of the rest of the band to shine without any showboating or cheese. If only there were more of this in metal." -Vice
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