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INFERNAL BLAST set release date for WAR ARTS debut


Infernal Blast Today, War Arts Productions sets November 17th as the international release date for Infernal Blast's striking debut EP, Wolves Elitism Speech, on cassette tape.

Hailing from France, Infernal Blast is a one-man project hailing violence, war, and hatred for humans. Aptly titled, Wolves Elitism Speech is an unremittingly savage blast of infernal frequencies. Like a nuclear warhead trained on its target, with the one and only goal being total fucking decimation, Infernal Blast unleash a jackhammering torrent of warfare noise steeped deeply in the war metal tradition and especially Sarcofago's OTT epitaph, Crust. The latter is especially accomplished through the usage of utterly blitzed drum-programming: dehumanization, with no human feelings or emotions, and no hope and particularly no mercy. Nothing here is remotely geared toward normcore metal assimilation; these six songs spend 18 minutes breaking down and then shattering even the hardiest constitution. Simply, no one gets out alive from Wolves Elitism Speech. And this is just the beginning for Infernal Blast...

Detonation is set HERE at War Arts' Bandcamp, with the new track "Destruction Process."



Tracklisting for Infernal Blast's Wolves Elitism Speech
1. Destruction Process
2. No Redemption No Remorse
3. Abhorrent Vermin
4. Wolf Hunting
5. Organized Attack
6. Cauterization And Berserker Rage

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Tags:  INFERNAL BLASTWolves Elitism SpeechFranceDestruction ProcessNo Redemption No Remorse

    September 23, 2017

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