Pyogenesis – A Kingdom to Disappear


Are Pyogenesis metal? I don’t think they could care less. Their genre-bending subverts expectations not only based in their equally enigmatic reinvention, but constructed within Kingdom from one song to the next. While pop punk remnants heavily permeated aspects of Century, Pyogenesis allowed for star-crossed idiosyncrasies that invoked bands as diverse as Dropkick Murphys, Weezer, and Asian Kung-Fu Generation. Kingdom takes that commitment one step farther. The album shifts constantly beneath your feet, effectively eliminating the concept of a singular emblematic sound.


Rating: 3.5/5.0
Origin: Germany
Worldwide Release: February 24th, 2017

1. Sleep Is Good (Intro) 1:26
2. Every Man For Himself … and God Against All 3:53
3. I Have Seen My Soul 4:43
4. A Kingdom to Disappear (It’s Too Late) 3:30
5. New Helvetia 4:04
6. That’s When Everybody Gets Hurt 5:24
7. We (1848) 4:18
8. Blaze, My Northern Flame 5:08
9. Everlasting Pain 13:14
Total playing time: 45:40

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