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9 thoughts on “ Imago - Mordbrand - Imago (CD, Album)

  1. Sweden’s Mordbrand return with an album that is thick with unadulterated brutality such so that it will certainly rape your ears of all remaining auditory innocence. “Imago” is the first full-length from this band, but they are certainly no strangers to the world of underground metal. The 9 tunes on this CD, without a doubt, showcase the.
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  3. IMAGO is making a call to consciousness that is rooted in compassion. We seek an awakening of a will whereby we each step out of the complicity of silence and complacency to find shared routes to agency and true transformation. May we begin with ourselves, cascade to the communities and organizations that we touch, and join networks of global.
  4. Recording information: Recorded at BB Media Entertainment Center in the early fall anno Mixed at Bingoberra Studios. Mastered at Ridge Street Studios.
  5. Mordbrand stick to the tried and true methods, for better or worse, the closer “Give in to Oblivion” has a mellow build-up into more torrid waters that finishes the album on a high note. Mordbrand – Imago (Deathgasm) Features. Smackbound – Melodic, Energetic, and Emotional.
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  8. “ Imago has a depth of experience in many areas pertaining to nonprofits. They do strategic planning and organizational development through a lens of deep listening, which has helped to create incredible results across our organization fully bought in by the board, managers and line staff.
  9. The band’s debut full-length, Imago retains the culture and feral push found on the early Stockholm efforts, with Grave and their Into the Grave album being perhaps the most instant of the comparisons. Suitably, speed and tempo are of no issue for Mordbrand; they handle it nicely on the pushy “Join Them in Thralldom” and “Their Name Are.

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