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Returning from a period of intense and concentrated seclusion in it's purest form, Wristmeetrazor make their return in 2024 with their upcoming third album, Degeneration. The US metalcore outfit's latest full length will be released via Prosthetic Records on March 29. Seeking to ensure a fully realised aesthetic to represent the absurdity of seeking justice in an unjust world, the cover was put together by Philadelphia, PA visual artist Alex Eckman-Lawn (END, Dim Mak, Woe). Merging what was once flesh with machine and technology, Degeneration's visual presentation is a towering counterpart to Wristmeetrazor'sbleakest album to date.
Returning from a period of intense and concentrated seclusion in it's purest form, Wristmeetrazor make their return in 2024 with their upcoming third album, Degeneration. The US metalcore outfit's latest full length will be released via Prosthetic Records on March 29. Seeking to ensure a fully realised aesthetic to represent the absurdity of seeking justice in an unjust world, the cover was put together by Philadelphia, PA visual artist Alex Eckman-Lawn (END, Dim Mak, Woe). Merging what was once flesh with machine and technology, Degeneration's visual presentation is a towering counterpart to Wristmeetrazor'sbleakest album to date.
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Degeneration
Artist: Wristmeetrazor
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $39.51
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Turn on, Tune in, Drop Dead
2. Static Reckoning
3. Trepanation
4. Xeroxed Reflection
5. Dogdaygod
6. Love Thy Enmity
7. Culled and Forgotten
8. Synthetic-51N
9. No Ceremony
10. The Vanity Procession
11. Negative Fix
12. Greatest Love Offering in the History of the World

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Returning from a period of intense and concentrated seclusion in it's purest form, Wristmeetrazor make their return in 2024 with their upcoming third album, Degeneration. The US metalcore outfit's latest full length will be released via Prosthetic Records on March 29. Seeking to ensure a fully realised aesthetic to represent the absurdity of seeking justice in an unjust world, the cover was put together by Philadelphia, PA visual artist Alex Eckman-Lawn (END, Dim Mak, Woe). Merging what was once flesh with machine and technology, Degeneration's visual presentation is a towering counterpart to Wristmeetrazor'sbleakest album to date.
        
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