Thy Art Is Murder Went With Reality For New Album

(TeamRock Radio) Thy Art Is Murder's Andy Marsh says the band decided to ditch lyrics based on "fantasy and gore" in favour of "real" issues on their latest album. The Australian deathcore outfit released third album Holy War this week and last week made it available to stream in its entirety.

And guitarist Marsh says the lyrical content is based on reality rather than fiction - which the band believe makes it a heavier record than those that came before it.

Marsh tells Seattle Sound Live: "We decided a few years ago that for us at least, lyrics based in fantasy and gore weren't heavy to us anymore. We live on a real planet in real communities with real problems.

"We felt that those sorts of topics were more relevant to us and more relevant to everyone who is alive today and that we could bring an extra level of emotion and aggression to our music through that." Read more here.

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