Enabler "La Fin Absolue Du Monde" LP


Translated from French to signify "the absolute end of the world," the title of Enabler's 2014 album is yet another of the band's works inspired by filmmaker John Carpenter, in this case in referencing his movie Cigarette Burns. "La Fin Absolue Du Monde" was tracked with Shane Hotchstetler at Howl Street Recordings in Milwaukee, WI (Expire, Northless) and mixed by Steve Austin (Today Is The Day) at his Austin Enterprises, and packs the band's most diverse material to date into a 36-minute battering with 14 tracks, a whirlwind of the band's dirty, metallic hardcore/punk that blurs the lines between His Hero Is Gone and Integrity.

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