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Song of the Week: Engine of Ruin by Killing Addiction

January 9, 2017
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Engine of Ruin Killing Addiction

From Wiki in reference to Death Metal: | By 1989, many bands had been signed by eager record labels wanting to cash in on the sub genre, including Florida’s Obituary, Morbid Angel and Deicide. This collective of death metal bands hailing from Florida are often labeled as “Florida death metal”. | Our “song of the week” comes from a band formed in 1989 and proved to add to the influence of this pivotal time in Death Metal. Killing Addiction are true veterans to the scene and after hearing this song you will know why. Let’s hope this marks the beginning of a real resurgence of Florida Death. ~ Martell

Find more on the band at: https://killingaddiction.bandcamp.com/:

Florida Death Metal Veterans KILLING ADDICTION have returned with a new four-song EP titled Shores of Oblivion. The EP was recently released on Xtreem Music and exemplifies a style that spans Death Metal (DEATH, POSSESSED, MORBID ANGEL, ATHEIST), Grindcore (NAPALM DEATH, CARCASS), and Thrash (SLAYER, SACRED REICH, KREATOR). Equally heavy is a lyrical approach that deals in themes both political and philosophical.

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