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Tower of Rome


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A hodgepodge of differentiating factors will force a band to alter or change their sound from the debut record to the follow up record. Coming from a debut CD that saw a total of 11 songs blasted through an intense 9 and a half minutes, the boys of Tower of Rome knew that the length of their songs would not sustain that much-needed Adidas sponsorship they so desired. In an effort to aid the corporations that influenced the group’s musical tastes, Tower of Rome matured from a band whose short grind spats on “All is Lost, All is Lost, All is Yet to Be Found” clocked in, on average, at :51, to a powerhouse whose epic grind-metal anthems average a triumphant average song-length of 1:26 on its new EP, “World War I”, released on Hewhocorrupts, Inc.

From the minimal, sheer artwork provided by Joe Chavez (Fire Eater Industries) to the brutally rough but cohesive production - recorded by Jeremy Lemos @ Semaphore Studios and mastered by Scott Hull (Pig Destroyer) @ Visceral Sound, “World War I” is a kick-in-the-face aural attack. Sonically, Tower of Rome pulverizes their listeners with frenzied vocals, chaotic 1,000 mph double-bass blast beats, and a wave of powerful, convoluted, and ultimately dirty guitar and bass work. Live, the group remains devastatingly punishing, thrashing their equipment, their bodies, and the pocketbooks of their fans after every show.


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