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Hail Mary

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Iwrestledabearonce 6/16/2015

Review

The fourth studio long player from the Louisiana-based extreme metal unit and the sophomore outing with scream/clean vocalist Courtney LaPlante, Hail Mary, like Iwrestledabearonce's previous outings, is a battered tin wind-up toy at full tilt with a gimp leg and nitroglycerin strapped to its back. It's relentlessly atonal, oblivious to any existing genre parameters, and so glitchy and punishing that the listener can't help but slow clap. In short, Hail Mary is textbook mathcore with a heavily charged metalcore sheen, with each track pushing the needle into the red through a series of fits and seizures that flirt with jazz, djent, industrial, and electro-progressive metal with all the subtlety of a knee dislocation. ~ James Christopher Monger
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Gift of Death Iwrestledabearonce 2:50
  3. 2 Remain Calm Iwrestledabearonce 3:4
  4. 3 Green Eyes Iwrestledabearonce 3:34
  5. 4 Erase It All Iwrestledabearonce 3:29
  6. 5 Curse the Spot Iwrestledabearonce 2:47
  7. 6 Doomed to Fail, Pt. 1 Iwrestledabearonce 4:13
  8. 7 Doomed to Fail, Pt. 2 Iwrestledabearonce 2:46
  9. 8 Killed to Death Iwrestledabearonce 1:59
  10. 9 Trips Iwrestledabearonce 3:1
  11. 10 Man of Virtue Iwrestledabearonce 3:12
  12. 11 Carbon Copy Iwrestledabearonce 3:8
  13. 12 Wade in the Water Iwrestledabearonce 3:23
  14. 13 We All Float Down Here Iwrestledabearonce 3:5
  15. 14 Your God Is Too Small Iwrestledabearonce 3:57

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