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Innovation does not always equate to quality. Unfortunately for Cyrax, their decision to push the envelope with a marriage of styles doesn’t work out in the favor. When the final notes hit, it is likely that “Reflections” is a view in the mirror that you might not look forward to having again.
We’re not metahead douchebags, at least not all of us in the metal fandom are. Thankfully, there are bands like Infinite Earths to remind the outsiders that metal lyrics aren’t all Satan and murder. Their debut EP, the avant garde offering known as “Spiral From Spacetime,” is artistic to the core.
Smoky. Hazy. Cloudy. No, we aren’t talking about your favorite bar or club. This is the work of Druglord, the pride of Richmond, Virginia. And if their debut, “Motherfucker Rising,” wasn’t enough to convince you, this new four song masterpiece should do the trick.