Howling, For the Nightmare Shall Consume

Integrity - Howling, For the Nightmare Shall Consume
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Based on 5 reviews
2017 Ratings: #141 / 876
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July 14, 2017 / Release Date
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The newest Integrity album "Howling, for the nightmare shall consume" reals back to some old school heavy metal and takes a more diverse approach. Their punk aggression is still intact all this years later. The first track of this record "Fallen to Destroy" starts of with an intense black metal sound. By few tracks after that, Integrity shows off their diverse chops and take their sound more sludgy. One of the most unexpected tracks of the album is "Stiring up my ... read more
Modern hardcore legends offered definitive proof of their staying power as our apocalyptic poet laureates on their latest, a demonic and harsh concept album about Armageddon.

A word of caution: Dwid Hellion, Integrity’s vocalist and sole constant member, is not a man you want to fuck with. He’s not one for chit-chat; lend him the floor in an interview and he will go full Aleister Crowley, framing his nearly thirty-year career as an ceaseless campaign to rub the world the wrong way. ... read more
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Track List

  1. Fallen to Destroy
  2. Blood Sermon
  3. Hymn for the Children of the Black Flame
  4. I Am the Spell
  5. Die with Your Boots On
  6. Serpent of the Crossroads
  7. Unholy Salvation of Sabbatai Zevi
  8. 7 Reece Mews
  9. Burning Beneath the Devils Cross
  10. String up My Teeth
  11. Howling, for the Nightmare Shall Consume
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Added on: July 11, 2017