Absidia's first track on Morphology Of Fear is the prelude to ruin titled "Conspiracy Theory", a beautiful instrumental piano arrangement that is the calm before the storm. Vocals are generally of the higher toned class, a la Tomas Lindberg (At The Gates, Nightrage), but occasionally the tracks are graced with a more. Be sure to pick up Morphology Of Fear, as well as the individual discographies of Six Reasons To Kill and Absidia.
Band Name Absidia (GER). Album Name Morphology of Fear. 1. War. 2. Drown in Frustation. 3. In the Name of God. 4. Gates to Eternity. 5. Conspiracy Theory. 6. No Longer Willing to Wither. 7. Written in Minor Key. 8. Reversal of a Broken Hearted. Other productions from Absidia (GER).
German extremists Six Reasons to Kill formed in 1999, and their six-song demo soon drew the attention of Alveran Records, which released their debut album, Kiss the Demon, in 2001. Boasting a vicious death metal sound verging on grindcore, the album was supported by inexorable touring alongside acts as diverse as Testament, Agnostic Front, and Napalm Death
SIX REASONS TO KILL have the distinction of being insistent and consequent in what they're doing – without loosing sight of their target to play modern and aggr. essive Metal with a strong hardcore impact. Founded in 1999 when the hybrid of Metal and Hardcore was a strictly underground phenomenon SIX REASONS TO KILL constantly evolved their sound over the years. The debut Death rd Kiss The Demon (Alveran Records 2000) and two split-releases (with ABSIDIA 2001 and DEADLOCK 2003) are significant for their early period of groove-based Death Metal.
2000 - Kiss The Demon. 2002 - Morphology of Fear. 02 - Drown In Frustration.
This song is by Six Reasons to Kill and appears on the split album Morphology Of Fear (2002) by Six Reasons to Kill and Absidia
SIX REASONS TO KILL have the distinction of being insistent and consequent in what they‘re doing – without loosing sight of their target to play modern and aggressive metal with a strong hardcore influences.