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This isn’t safe music and it doesn’t pretend to be. "Saints of the Greatest Sin" conceptually paints a bleak and upsetting picture of the world. However, instead of focusing on the clichéd “world around us” ideology, Glasgow Grin has honed in on that part of the world which we've chosen to ignore, dispel and sweep under our proverbial social carpet. “Themes throughout the album vary from justifiable homicide to religion and the album is based around the story of a young man on a murder spree fueled by his faith in God,” explains vocalist Jordan Shortt. “The relationship that the main character shares with God is meant to display how confusion in ideology can create hypocrisy; embracing the Lord on one hand and breaking commandments on the other."
Musically, the album is an unrelenting white wash of uncertainty and foreboding making vocalist Jordan Shortt’s twisted tale of murder, revenge and redemption the perfect contrast to the album’s ten tracks and ambiguous social commentary. From the quiet opening of “Rage Replaces Reason” to the ending crunch of “…And Then There Was Nothing”, Glasgow Grin have reentered the metal arena with something that will pound your midsection while opening up your imagination.
FOR FANS OF: Converge, Dillinger Escape Plan, The Red Chord, From A Second Story Window, The End.
01. Rage Replaces Reason
02. Hole Replaces Face
07. The Terminal
09. Last Rites
10. ...and Then There Was Nothing
released 04 November 2008
Produced By: Matt Connell
Mastered By: Jamie King
Released By: Year of the Sun Records
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