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Remain Dystopian

Maruta

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1
Genocide Interval
Maruta
1:28
2
Hope Smasher
Maruta
2:19
3
The Void Within
Maruta
1:41
4
Minimal Progress
Maruta
1:00
5
Protocol for Self Immolation
Maruta
1:20
6
Absolutist
Maruta
1:18
7
Stride Endlessly Through Scorched Earth
Maruta
2:06
8
Submergence AKA Barren Oceans of Infinity
Maruta
4:08
9
Erode
Maruta
1:05
10
Stand in Defeat
Maruta
1:28
11
Remnants of Failed Utopia
Maruta
1:29
12
I, Usurper
Maruta
0:55
13
Durandal
Maruta
0:46
14
Psalm for the Withered
Maruta
1:22
15
Return to Zero
Maruta
2:57
16
Slaying Jehova
Maruta
1:01
17
Immune
Maruta
1:07
Total Playing Time    27:30
Remain Dystopian from Miami deathgrind band Maruta has being described as the most punishing and focused album from the group to date; a vicious blast of relentless and infectious death metal infused grindcore. Featuring guest vocals from the legendary Tomas Lindberg (At The Gates, Disfear) and Pig Destroyer's J.R. Hayes plus layers of noise from Agoraphobic Nosebleed's Jay Randall, Remain Dystopian raises the bar for 21st century grind.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Relapse Studio Masters

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