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Azure Emote

The Gravity of Impermanence”


Azure Emote - The Gravity of Impermanence

Opera singing, violins, keyboards, harmonica, choirs have fused with misanthropic Death Metal. It would not be far fetched to say that Nightwish and Lamb of God had a bastard child that took on a life of it’s own and made an album.  Ryan Moll and Mike Hrubovcak are very proficient guitarists and bring huge musical diversity to this project. For my own personal mantra in life I must quote the great prophet Nathan Explosion “Godamn, that’s brutal”. With all the references I have use to describe Azure Emote one might think I am trying to get Death Metal fans to run for the hills on this one. But honestly this works. This album has everything and the kitchen sink. There are some light moments of cheese which I think are unavoidable when people’s personal beliefs are expressed so heavily. I am a huge fan of misanthropy so can forgive all who oppose the descendants of talking great apes. My favorite tracks so far are Conduit of Atrophy and Dissent. But I think this whole album is solid and will grow into real repeat listener.




1. Epoch of De-Evolution

2. Carpe Diem

3. Marching Forth

4. Sunrise Slaughter

5. Conduit of Atrophy

6. Veils of Looming Despair

7. Dissent

8. The Living Spiral

9. Obsessive Time Directive

10. Patholysis

11. Destroyer of Suffering

12. Annunaki Illuminati

13. The Color of Blood

14. Puppet Deities




Mike Heller – Drums

Ryan Moll – Guitars/Bass

Mike Hrubovcak – Vocals



Rating: 10 out of 10


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