Misery Index - The Killing Gods - CD

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MISERY INDEX return with a fury worthy of the title of their new album, "The Killing Gods". With their fifth full-length, the American icons of hard hitting brutality display the strength of maturity grown out of the experience gained as a relentless touring machine. The general trend of their continuous evolution to incorporate less core elements and move towards classic death metal finds a new high water mark with “The Killing Gods”. Now brace, hold tight and duck for cover, for the wrath of the gods is upon us!

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Grindcore
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Death Metal
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