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This Is Hell

The Convalescence

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1
Scum
The Convalescence
3:19
2
No Way Out
The Convalescence
2:46
3
I Won't Survive
The Convalescence
3:27
4
Murder Machine
The Convalescence
3:36
5
Burn
The Convalescence
4:27
6
There Will Be Blood
The Convalescence
3:02
7
Alone
The Convalescence
3:44
8
This Is Hell
The Convalescence
3:11
9
With No Hope
The Convalescence
3:05
10
The World Infested
The Convalescence
4:22
Total Playing Time    34:59
Symphonic death metal outfit The Convalescence present This is Hell, a ten-track release with luxurious strings and a foreboding atmosphere complete with thunderous drums and horrific riffs.

"We believe this is by far our best work and the strongest lineup of musicians we have ever had. This album has a lot more of a death metal feel to it than Poison Words and The Process but it's still got The Convalescence sound with symphonic melodies from Katie [McCrimmon] on keys and plenty of slamming breakdowns."
- The Convalescence
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