A Trust Unclean "Parturition"

Who knows if this band can live up to such an accomplished record. The band rips and tears through some proper deathcore convincingly enough to play after Thy Art Is Murder and alongside Parkway Drive. But when they finally set up their gear on stage, can they live up to the delivery? Aversions Crown certainly struggles to execute professional presentation, looking mismatched and sloppy live, while their record packs a punch with surgical precision. Basick Records seems to have the right idea when it comes to identifying top notch talent in a muddled community of like minded acts and here's to hoping everything else they touch turns to gold.

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