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“This album rolls out at you like a tank crushing your grandmother while its snare drum machine gun vivsects the rest of your family. The disc fits into the prog/death metal genre in that is constantly jars the listener with different and brutal musical changes, never settling into a groove or consistent feel. As complex as the ideas are, the execution is loose and organic, never crossing over into being mechanical - this tank is made of meat and bone. Kin to The Black Dahlia Murder, grunty and screechy vocals focus the music into a violent and frenetic mess. Go to myspace.com/theinfinitedesign for a listen. -Ryan Cunningham”