Internal Secretion Trust | For the Sake of the Process

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For the Sake of the Process

by Internal Secretion Trust

Dark, heavy, and bizzare thrash/noisecore.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Dark Ambient/Noise
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Album Notes
With IST's first recording, For the Sake of the Process, it becomes
immediately apparent that you are listening to a "heavy" band that
incorporates many styles, but is not limited to one in particular. Track
to track, influences can be heard from black metal, death metal,
hardcore, noise, punk and more, all while maintaining its own original
raw as fuck sound throughout. For those who don't know, "raw as fuck" is
a technical term used by the music industry, but only when something is
raw, preferably as fuck. The opening track explodes with a blast beat
that will literally tear your fucking head off and stomp on it with zero
capacity for mercy, just like the terminator when he wasted 30 cops in
that police station. But I digress.

For the Sake of the Process was recorded and produced entirely by founding
member Dean, who listens to tons of music from all genres and it shows in
his approach. Guitar riffs come at you from all angles, drums change up to
keep things interesting, but keep emphasis on maintaining a raw,
hard-driving groove from blast beats to breakdowns. In sum, IST's first
recording is anything but straight forward: an all encompassing brutal yet
philosophical soundscape, set on creating rather than following.

-Dr. Dantropolis



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