Friday, November 17, 2017

Full Length Review: AD PATRES Scorn Aesthetics

Scorn Aesthetics
Release Date: September 3, 2012
I very much enjoyed this album as well as the group. I particularly liked how their sound is reminiscent of older metal stylings while still being current and complex. -Astrid Viridian

Track list:
1. ...
2. The Lock
3. Scars of Compromise
4. Circles of Red
5. To the Fathers
6. Scorn Aesthetics
7. In Vivo
8. Emphasize Nihility
9. Anti
10. All that Remains

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