Late last year, Thy Art Is Murder entered the studio in secret to create the follow up to Hate, free of expectation and public pressure. What they came out with was a reaction to things going on around the world that crawl under their skin, that make them feel sick to be alive. Musically it is darker, faster and more technical than anything they've done in the past and it hits hard lyrically.
This is our war on racism, homophobia, child abuse, animal cruelty and all evil born of religious immunity, indoctrination, and ignorance. It is ultimately a push for secularism and humanism. Without it, we will be left in the hands of mad men.