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World Under Blood Posts Final "Tactical" Track Breakdown

Deron Miller, guitarist/vocalist of World Under Blood, has posted the third and final track-by-track description of the band’s debut record, "Tactical." You can find the track descriptions below, or head over to the previously posted second segment of the series here.

7. I CAN'T STAND HIS NAME

Everybody has someone they can't stand. Upon getting to know this song people will believe that "HIS NAME" is Jesus Christ. Not necessarily, as I certainly had someone else is mind. But if you want to think it's a stab at Jesus, go ahead. Organized religion has stupified and brainwashed so many people all over the world to the point where they would die for it. Even worse, they preach and try to force their beliefs on other people who just happen to be intelligent enough not to buy into it. I believe that death is death and that is that, so live your life the way you want without bringing harm to others until you're gone...just like you were before you were born. World Under Blood is surely not anti-faith, but I purposely can't stand people who preach. Either way, that's not "who" or "what" I had in mind anyway. A pretty brutal track, the bridge is a surprise and I love how the kick drums get faster and faster. cool shit for sure.

8. REVERE'S TEARS

George Revere was a genius doctor who had privately discovered a treatment for most forms of cancer in his basement, while his wife suffered from the disease. He administered her treatment, and she went into immediate remission when suddenly George was found dead in his home. Murdered. You can't find him on the internet, you can't even google the guy. He has pretty much disappeared along with his wife, Estelle who hasn't been heard from in years. The perfect song to "end" the album...Revere's Tears is based upon the theory that if you do discover a cure for cancer, you will either be privately bought out, or killed. I think it's interesting that we've been collecting a lot of money through charities for years, and we have yet to cure anything, from the cold, to A.I.D.S, diabetes, cancer, warts...you name it. But we're always "so close" aren't we? I wrote this song with CKY's Jess Margera about 12 years ago, and i always thought it would have been great as the 9th track on Gorguts' "The Erosion of Sanity," which is one of my favorite records of all time. It's changed a lot since Jess and I wrote it...killer bridge section.

9. WAKE UP DEAD (MEGADETH COVER)

One of the only cover songs that Tim Yeung and I knew from start to finish, and I'm thankful for that because it's one of my favorite songs ever written. Even though Dave Mustaine mentally hasn't been aging well lately, Wake Up Dead is his masterpiece. It defies all typical style of song arrangement and happens to be one of his biggest accomplishments when trying to get revenge on Metallica. The Master of Puppets album is a masterpiece from start to finish, but this song off of Peace Sells is a huge "fuck you" to his former bandmates. Its a classic thrash song, and I hope if and when he hears it, he enjoys our rendition of it. Luke nails Chris Poland's solo perfectly note for note. James Murphy plays Mustaine's parts with his own style. I was too scared to even go there.

The track list for "Tactical" is as follows:

1. A God Among The Waste
2. Into The Arms Of Cruelty
3. Pyro-Compulsive
4. Dead And Still In Pain
5. Purgatory Dormitory
6. Under The Autumn Low
7. I Can't Stand His Name
8. Revere's Tears (with intro)
9. Wake Up Dead (bonus track MEGADETH cover song)
10. Alliance Or War (iTunes exclusive MALEVOLENT CREATION cover song)

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