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Azure Emote Premieres New Album, "The Gravity Of Impermanence"

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Your Friday is about to get a whole lot crazier, and a lot heavier, courtesy of avant-garde death metal outfit Azure Emote, the entity envisioned and created by Mike Hrubovcak (Monstrosity, Vile, Divine Rapture, Abraxas). The group also includes members previously engaged with Fear Factory, System Divide, and Rumpelstiltskin Grinder.

Azure Emote's new full-length "The Gravity Of Impermanence" just saw release via Selfmadegod Records, and we are proud to now bring you a full stream of the entire album!

Give these 14 tracks of no-holds-barred metal insanity a listen through the widget below (the songs may take a moment to load after hitting "play").

A complete breakdown of the lyrics and themes for all tracks can be found via our recent interview with Mike Hrubovcak right here, and the track listing is as follows:

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

With over an hour of material displayed through fourteen tracks, the album is fueled by pummeling blast beats, electronic programming, a mixture of both guttural and haunting vocal styles, violins, saxophone, harmonica and a barrage of other instruments coalescing in a melting pot of misanthropic darkness that defines the Azure Emote ethos.

The album was recorded, mixed and mastered by Ron Vento of Aurora Borealis at Nightsky Studios. For more info on Azure Emote, head over to the band's Facebook profile here.

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1. Cynic writes:

Nice! My description in one sentence is it's somewhere between Nocturnus, Arcturus, and Arctopus.

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2. Clinton writes:

This sounds pretty good. I'm not to fond of the electronica aspect but pretty good nonetheless.

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