The third and final video/visualizer for In Malice’s Wake’s new album The Blindness of Faith is now available. With the album circulating worldwide for a few weeks now, it is receiving incredible feedback.
This track, Gehenna was a trash fire South of Jerusalem where the corpses of prisoners and criminals were disposed of and it’s named became a synonym for hell itself. Singer Shaun Farrugia explains the selection of the song and thanks In Malice’s Wake‘s listeners: “Cited as many a listener’s favorite – the track showcases the slower and heavier side of the iconic In Malice’s Wake sound. Thank you all for the incredible reception our new album has received!”
In Malice’s Wake have established themselves as the dominant thrash/death metal force for well over a decade in Australia. Each full-length release has pushed further into darker and heavier territory. The combined trademark riffing style, intense speed, blasts/tremolo picking, and haunting melodies are integral to the recognisable sound of In Malice’s Wake. More importantly, it is the memorable songwriting and originality that the band has become truly renowned for. Each track speaks its own story and stays with the listener long after the album has ceased to play. In the current intensely populated marketplace – great songs is the only currency of value.