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World Demise

Falsifier

Available in 44.1 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

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1
Choke
Falsifier
3:07
2
Depraved
Falsifier
3:06
3
Dead Beat
Falsifier
3:21
4
World Demise (feat. Casey Pearce)
Falsifier; Casey Pearce
3:52
5
Sabbath
Falsifier
4:45
6
Reborn / Eternal
Falsifier
3:28
7
Cowardice
Falsifier
2:58
8
Shallow Grave (feat. Adam Warren)
Falsifier; Adam Warren
4:50
9
Collateral Damage (Of a Damaged Man)
Falsifier
4:58
10
R.I.D
Falsifier
3:04
Total Playing Time    37:29
“World Demise is devastating from start to finish, sure enough, but it’s also so much more... It is full of vicious, life-ending vigor; heaviness that transcends definition—and it is more than powerful enough to make the listener’s world come crashing down.”
- Connor Welsh, New Trascendence

Canadian downtempo deathcore band Falsifier follow up their debut EP with World Demise, a dark and brooding full-length release that infuses the melancholy of deathcore with raw, ruthless energy. Guitarists Colin Goifu and Jordan Sawchuk's grooves and ranchy breakdowns drive the sonic evisceration on tracks like Depraved and Deadbeat.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Artery Recordings Studio Masters

Tracks 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 10 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm.

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