It was released on May 27, 2008 on Solid State Records. The song "Killing for Sport" was written in 10 minutes before being recorded. Scar the Earth" - 3:01. Consume Devour Repeat" - 3:13. The South Will Rise" - 3:43. Death Threat" - 2:52. Killing for Sport" - 0:53. Cut from the Stone" - 3:29. Another Foot to the Shovel" - 3:47. Unending Silence" - 2:57.
Album (Studio full-length). Death Metal, Metalcore.
The Famine, sadly, doesn't appear to be the band that will finally put a stop to all this breakdown nonsense, but they are taking a few steps in the right direction. The main difference in the sound of the album is in the production. There are really no slick production tricks to speak of on here, and the album sounds very gritty, which ends up working to the album's benefit. The underproduction also adds to the rather thick and oppressive atmosphere of the album, as the guitars are often muddied into a thick wall of sound. As far as actual riffs go, they are a bit difficult to make out, but when you can, they really aren't all that impressive. The guitars mainly stick the open chord chugging and single string riffs that abound in the genre, and.
Scar the Earth, 03:01.
The Texan group reinforces its reputation for ferocity with pummeling tracks such as the thrash-influenced Scar the Earth and the ominous Killing for Sport.
|1||Scar The Earth||3:01|
|3||Consume Devour Repeat||3:13|
|4||The South Will Rise||3:42|
|6||Killing For Sport||0:53|
|7||Cut From The Stone||3:29|
|9||Another Foot To The Shovel||3:46|
|11||Stitched In Plastic||2:32|