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If there's anything better than sludge to dirty up post-hardcore's already nasty aesthetic and attitude, then Fleshworld hasn't found it yet. This Polish five-piece weaves plenty of groovy, hard-hitting oomph with all the resolute mud and grit it takes for artistic abstraction; all the while, the tunes remain clear-cut and true without descending into meaningless fuzz. It all takes place on Fleshworld's The Essence Has Changed, But the Details Remain, a seven-track ripper of an album which hits shelves tomorrow. We've got the full stream below to inflict your ears with the band's voracious attitude for, well, sounding mean as fuck. Fans of bands on Throatruiner -- As We Draw and Plebian Grandstand come to mind -- will find plenty to enjoy on The Essence Has Changed, But the Details Remain. Arguably, Fleshworld takes it a level above their peers with just the sheer intensity of their playing. The band is unafraid to explore significant layering among extremely harsh vocals, all of which combines into a stimulating headtrip with the emotional fluidity that post-hardcore always seems to welcome (and that sludge benefits from greatly).

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The Essence Has Changed, But the Details Remain releases tomorrow via This Charming Man Records.

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