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Most Precious Blood

Our Lady Of Annihilation

Trustkill 48

Released on November 18, 2003

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New to Most Precious Blood is vocalist Rob Fusco (One King Down). Rob's delivery is pure unbridled ferocity, as if every single word might be his last. Rob spits out every last bitter nail like he was hammering his way out ofhis own coffin. Needless to say, Rob's passionate desperation is a perfect fit for Most Precious Blood and "Our Lady of Annihilation".

"Our Lady of Annihilation" renounces the religious lunacy of those who would kill for what they can't prove exists. All of this behind the backdrop of the tragic, disfigured NYC skyline; Polaroids from a desperate and paranoid post 9-11 world; streets teaming with people deep in life reasessment; questioning what they hold dear and why. MPB's patron saint of detonation relates to the bands' personal lives and a tragic chain of events that's left them certain that we are here all alone; there is no one in the sky watching over us. But MPB does not submit, they will not bow to misery and self-pity.

From their lyrics and music straight down to their stark black and white aesthetics, you know where Most Precious Blood is from and where they stand.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Great Red Shift Voted #1  28%
2 Collusionist  4%
3 Quiet Pattern  4%
4 Growing Square Eyes  6%
5 Your Picture Hung Itself Voted #2  20%
6 Funeral Photography  8%
7 Life During Wartime  2%
8 Why Hyenas Laugh  6%
9 So Typical My Heart Voted #3  13%
10 It Runs In The Blood  5%
11 Closure  3%
Come back on or after Tuesday, November 18 to vote for your favorite songs

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Patrick from West Des Moines, IA 
May 11 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Now this is real hardcore.The vocals are kinda weird with the music.They don't really fit.But the lyrics are great.The music is just awesome.Heavy drums with sweet mosh parts.Great guitar work.Perfect harmonics and melody with heavy raunchy chugging.I haven't heard much off their first release with the original singer.Just one or two songs.But this is just fuckin' sweet.A very sincere band true to hardcore.Great album.Must buy.

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Tom from Jersey City, NJ 
Apr 26 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Most Precious Blood has knocked it the fuck out with this one. I'm not really into this style, but these guys (and girl) crank some really cool stuff on this album. Mostly hardcore screaming, but some melodic vox in there, too. It's a really creative album and they used tools like synth that people often use without any knowledge of what they're doing, but here it is very effective.

Tommy O.

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John from Dunwoody, GA 
Sep 2 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This is not as good as "Nothing in Vain". They got a new vocalist on this album and it just doesn't fit in my opinion. His vocals would be better with another band. I just think it was a drastic change from the first album. Music on this cd is still brutal. Buy this album if you are a hardcore MPB fan. But buy Nothing in Vain to experience MPB in the full effect.

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Sarah from Forest Hill, MD 
Aug 31 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This has to be one of my favorite bands. I've had this cd forever, but never got around to reveiwing it. "Your Picture Hung Itself" and "So Typical My Heart" are definitely the best two songs on here. So, if you're having any doubts just buy it!

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Brandon from Lancaster, CA 
Apr 18 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is a great hardcore album. most precious blood kick some new life into the classic new york hardcore sound. if you like hardcore, youll like this. if you like "metalcore" youll like this. if you like metal, youll like this.

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Adam from Maidenhead, United Kingdom 
Jan 18 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

As a big One Kind Down fan I ws really looking forward to seeing what Rob Fusco would sound like in this band.

I was not disapointed, This cd is really good, The songs are well written and they are short and sweet enough to not drag on and bore you.

Also whilst the breakdowns are cool, it is not overloaded with them.

The only complaint with this cd is the production, its still a bit Tinny/Trebley and lacks a chunky bass sound, I don't know what it is with new Trustkill cd's and the bad production, you'd think they could do better.

Still this is a good cd and I can't wait to see them on the Sick of it All UK shows.










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