Motionless In White has released a new EP titled When Love Met Destruction.
The new EP is the second from the band and was released through Tragic Hero Records.
Let’s take a look at the album’s beat per minute, song titles, and similarities to other Motionless In White albums.
The average beat per minute is around 109, which is very fast for a rock album.
The When Love Met Destruction album by Motionless In White is a fantastic example of post-hardcore.
The band utilizes six instruments, each one of which is capable of laying down layers of sound.
As a result, the result is a record that sounds like a tsunami hitting South Asia.
Motionless In White is a rock band from the Netherlands, but the band are no strangers to the music industry.
The band signed to Roadrunner Records and toured with some of their idols.
The band also played the main stage at Download festival.
Average beat per minute
Founded in 2005, Scranton, Pennsylvania-based Motionless in White has since released six albums.
Each album has its own distinct qualities.
The following is a review of each album, from the worst to the best, and includes music videos.
Read on to learn more about the band and what makes their music so unique.
“Creatures” is easily the best album in Motionless’s history.
It’s one of the best Metalcore albums of the last decade.
Though the band has undergone some changes since its release, Creatures remains a stand-alone masterpiece.
The album’s title track was written by fans, while the other songs are remakes of their first two EPs.
The album contains a wide variety of songs that range from satirical lyrics to songs based on religious protests and serial killers.
Motionless in White released a second EP titled When Love Met Destruction through Tragic Hero Records.
The album contains a variety of songs that highlight the band’s diversity.
It features the band’s distinctive soaring melodies and haunting vocals.
The band’s sound is reminiscent of bands such as Marilyn Manson and Depeche Mode.
The band formed in Scranton, Pennsylvania, in 2005 and quickly developed a following.
They released their debut EP in 2007 and were invited to play the Warped Tour.
Similarity to other Motionless In White albums
For over a decade, Motionless In White have been creating edgy, dark music.
Their last full-length album, Disguise, was one of their most cathartic releases.
Unlike previous releases, Scoring the End of the World is more accessible, and the band seems to be returning to their roots.
In addition to the heavy lyrics, Motionless also uses electronic sound effects to create their sound.
They even make use of synths to create an overcast undertone to their otherwise poppy beats.
This adds an extra layer of impact to their music.
The band’s When Love Met Deconstruction album was originally released as an 11-track LP, but the band re-recorded six songs for a new EP.
The resulting album is a great mix of the band’s earlier recordings, and it’s a must-have for fans.
The band’s new album was released in June 2013 and features remixes and re-recordings of every track from the original album.
The band’s new bassist, Devin Sola, also known as Ghost, joined the band.
The band spent most of 2012 in the studio, and the new album, “Infamous”, was released in August 2013.
The band has attempted to merge several genres into one record.