The new album from Motionless In White is a dark and heavy journey that culminates in the title track, Scoring The End Of The World. This is an album that feels more like an adventure than a musical experience, and that is due in large part to the work of producer Mick Gordon.
The title track, ‘Scoring The End Of The World‘, is a perfect example of this. The song starts with a slow and menacing build, before exploding into a fully-fledged metal track. The song is then punctuated by moments of quiet introspection, which only serve to heighten the sense of drama.
This album will be released this week “June 10th, 2022”. We’re here to track the Motionless In White – Scoring The End Of The World leak and see what happens.
Motionless In White – Scoring The End Of The World Album Cover:
Motionless In White – Scoring The End Of The World Track List:
- Sign of Life
- Slaughterhouse (Ft. Bryan Garris)
- Cause of Death
- We Become the Night
- Burned at Both Ends II
- B.F.B.T.G.: Corpse Nation
- Cyberhex (Ft. Lindsay Schoolcraft)
- Red, White & Boom (Ft. Caleb Shomo)
- Scoring the End of the World (Ft. Mick Gordon)
Gordon is no stranger to composing dark and heavy music, as he has previously done work on soundtracks for video games like Doom Eternal and Wolfenstein. His work on Scoring The End Of The World has taken the dark and heavy elements of those soundtracks and applied them to a more traditionally structured album. The result is an album that is both atmospheric and compelling. Those influences are evident in the album, which feels like it could be the soundtrack to a Mortal Kombat game.
‘Werewolf’- the standout track:
The interesting track, ‘Werewolf’, sets the tone for the album with its dark and menacing atmosphere.
‘Werewolf’ is the standout track on the album. The song is propelled by a thumping drumbeat and features some of the most catchy melodies on the album. The chorus is particularly effective, as the band chants the word ‘werewolf’ over and over again.
‘We Become The Night’ is the final track on the album, and it is a fitting end to such a dark and heavy journey. The song is quite slow and more atmospheric than the previous two tracks, and it features some of the most beautiful melodies on the album. The song builds to a stunning crescendo, before fading away into the night.
Motionless In White wastes no time in kicking off their new album with a bang. Werewolf is a fast and heavy track that perfectly sets the tone for the rest of the album. Motionless In White -Burned At Both Ends is a great and more atmospheric track that is full of dark and brooding lyrics. The title track of the album is a bleak and apocalyptic song that paints a dark picture of the future.
This is an album that is not for the faint of heart, but if you’re looking for something that will take you on a journey, Motionless In White’s ‘Scoring The End Of The World’ is definitely worth checking out.
Motionless In White – Scoring The End Of The World Video Songs:
Motionless In White – Cyberhex (Official Visualizer Video)
Motionless In White – Masterpiece [Official Video]
Motionless In White – Slaughterhouse (Feat. Bryan Garris) [Official Audio]
Motionless In White – Scoring The End Of The World (Feat. Mick Gordon) [Official Audio]
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