Motionless In White - Infamous

Motionless In White's follow-up release "Infamous" is a total copycat to Vampires Everywhere's latest release "Hellbound and Heartless" each consist of that Marilyn Manson vibe except with either of these acts you get heavier riffs with constant screaming tactics hitting you at every other note.

"Devil's Night", and "If It's Dead, We'll Kill It", features Bleeding Through's Brandan Schieppati who does a superb job on the track each of which sounding a lot more like Slipknot mixed with Marylin Manson than Motionless In White. "A-M-E-R-I-C-A",  is the first of many to feature a guest spot of artists this one being Michael Vampire of Vampires Everywhere but has it sounding on the dot to Marilyn Manson.

The band goes right ahead grasping any performer at hand it seems having Bjorn Speed Strid of Soilwork on the sequel to "Puppets (The First Snow)" off "Creatures" called "Puppets 2 (The Rain)",  this version using the same usage as before except more eletronica was used and screaming provided an edgy feel. There likely be a third or fourth installment later on down the line? Perhaps so just as Escape The Fate's "The Guillotine" and Metallica's "The Unforgiven" series.

"Sinermatic", turns out to be the ballad or interlude if you will, having it be a straight forward easy listening. Once it's surpassed the album returns to its copycat ways if Marilyn Manson like material. This being something that Motionless In White fans may accept with open arms or just push aside.

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