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Let's keep this short and sweet since the band themselves have provided more information about "Infertile Anti-Womb" than anyone could glean just from listening.

Soulrot. They play death metal of the Swedish variety - That they hail from Chile's fertile metal scene is secondary. That means buzzsaw guitars and face-stomping beats. That means bellowing vocals and lyrics about horror stories. In other words it's ideal. Let the bass rumble take you to land where riffs descend clandestine like an ever-flowing stream. Their upcoming album is called Nameless Hideous Manifestations.

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J.H. Wilschrey has this to add about the song:

About the song that we chose, I'll tell you a little. Its name is "Infertile Anti-Womb", which is a play on words extracted from the graphic novel by Grant Morrison called 'Nameless'. This novel makes much reference to cosmic/demonic forces outside of human understanding, which play and tear apart the conscious (and the flesh) of human beings. I take several of these ideas and immediately relate them to Lovecraft's tale, 'The Dunwich Horror'. In this song, we relate what it's to be part of a kind of super-entity that absorbs the flesh and the conscience, making it his own. The terror and the pain that entails to be dismembered in the process, kneaded, assembled, and then, the forced gratification that represents being part of the same aberrant super-consciousness. Literally, a god made flesh...

About the music itself, we mix many of our tastes in one piece. When you hear the first few seconds, Carcass's Necrotisism quickly comes to mind; An organic and harrowing bass accompanied by the surgical drums of D.E Fredes then adds to the attack, our own version of "Chainsaw Sound" with relentless riffs of J.L Olmos and my vocal lines very inspired in Gorefest. We also include some very grindcore passages from the school of Impetigo, old Napalm Death and Terrorizer. The song does not give a second of mercy to the listener.

One of the peculiarities of this song, and why we chose it, is that it's the only song (along with "Incorporeal Autopsy") that includes a guitar solo. We adopted Bill Steer's idea of naming the solos and this we called "Be one with Xibalbá's Aberration", invoking this process of physical and mental union between the individual and the super-aberration. A hypnotic passage glorifying the insane scene.

We like the chorus very much, because it turned out to be very sticky coupled with the music

Carnal corruption, Spreads fast
Taking possession of what we see
No right to shout, Together as one
The fluids come into us at will

It was difficult for us to choose a second song, since each one has its own air and story to tell. However, this one certainly will drill brains.

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Nameless Hideous Manifestations will be released on April 24 via Memento Mori. No pre orders. Follow Soulrot on Facebook.

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