Thursday, 26 January 2012

Rot In Hell / The Process - The Works Of Fate split 7"

As per usual with Rot In Hell releases, I have only good things to say about this split. Rot In Hell contribute one song, "Dionysian", that would later be released on "Hallways Of The Always".  This is really one of their best songs to date, with just over 4 minutes of the RIH style I've grown to love. The Process are a band I knew nothing of, but they certainly do not disappoint. While they don't quite match RIH in musical prowess, they certainly pack one almighty punch.

Again, the artwork for this was done by scrawled, and they have done a magnificent job. It is to be expected though, it is a Rot In Hell record, the material they produce is pretty much always gold in every way.
Inside the cover we have the lyrics sheet. Apparently these tracks were inspired by the writings of Marquis de Sade.
The vinyl is pressed on black wax and comes in a nice black dust jacket. You've got to love the little touches like this.

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