Even in the context of a record that deftly and repeatedly reconfigures and re-imagines sonic brutality in myriad ways “Visions of Hostility” stands out as a particularly potent and nasty metallic hardcore anthem.
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“’Visions of Hostility’ is definitely one of the most aggressive and direct songs on the record,” guitarist Gabe Manuel tells Decibel. “We wanted to write a song that was shorter and heavier overall to break up the chaos of the first half of the album a little bit. Jacob and I wrote the lyrics together about our similar experiences growing up with absent/abusive fathers. This is definitely an angrier and more confrontational song than we usually write, and it brings some variety to the otherwise pretty chaotic first half of the LP.”