We All Fall | Miasmatic

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Miasmatic

by We All Fall

This is not a band repeating formulas, they sound as themselves. And this is the most characteristic matter in this LP, a sound of their very own, very fresh, hard rythms, good melodies and great technique in all instruments.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Thrash/Speed Metal
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1. No Name
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2. Urge
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3. Lies You Sell
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4. The Shepherd
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5. Mother Night
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6. Riding the Snake
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7. Inflexequence
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8. Descent
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9. Into the Grey
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10. Miasmatic
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Miasmatic enter us into the exploration of the consequences of the the human being’s darkest acts and impulses. A manifestation of the social infection in which our wishes and fears are put before everything else.

Bringing the classic concept of the miasmatic theory of illness into our current age, and having a trip around themes so diverse as deep hypocresy, imposition, demagogy, vice or greed, Miasmatic shows us a landscape in which our acts are punished relentlessly and mercilessly, and where, in the middle of that sick and corrupt atmosphere, little islands of light can be seen, such as the fighting spirit and the pursuit of ideals.

A work in which we reflect our vision of the reality around us and where we deposit our energy against this environment, perfectly illustrated by the graphic work done by Santiago Sequeiros.

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