Cross Stitched Eyes' 2012 album, Decomposition, is a dark and intense album of crust punk and deathrock. The music is heavy and driving, with thick guitars and pounding drums. The vocals are harsh and guttural, and the lyrics deal with themes of death, decay, and the end of the world.
The album opens with the title track, "Decomposition," which is a slow and menacing track that builds to a crushing climax. The next track, "Vile Corpse," is even faster and more aggressive, with a catchy chorus that will get stuck in your head. "Existence" is a slower and more atmospheric track, with a swirling guitar melody and haunting vocals. "Animated Corpse" is a short and sharp track that is sure to get your blood pumping.
The middle of the album is a bit slower, with tracks like "Broken Mind" and "Earth's Defiant." These tracks are still heavy and intense, but they also have a more melodic edge. "All Superior" is a fast and furious track with a catchy chorus. "The Void" is a short and atmospheric track that leads into the epic closer, "Sluglord."
"Sluglord" is the longest track on the album, and it is also the most ambitious. The song starts off slow and atmospheric, but it builds to a massive climax that is sure to blow your mind. The song is about the end of the world, and it is a truly powerful and moving piece of music.
Decomposition is a dark and intense album, but it is also a brilliant and innovative work of art. The band's unique sound is a combination of crust punk, deathrock, and gothic rock, and it is unlike anything else out there. If you are a fan of heavy music, then you need to check out Decomposition. It is an album that will stay with you long after you listen to it.
|Original Release: 2012.|
|Catalog No: SKULD 087.|
|Size: 12" Single Vinyl Record.|