Lust of a Dying Breed spits out Brothel in Hell

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Lust of a dying breed has to be the best brutal blood splattering band Kenya has ever given birth to. Their blistering new jam ‘Brothel in Hell’ from their upcoming album ‘Pyramid Entities’. Otieno Daniel, the manager of the band is someone that is relentless and he wont stop till he watches Lust of a dying breed reaches the ceiling.

I have known about this track for a long while now, when Martin was still writing the lyrics till the time it was recorded and produced. I have felt the brutality bite even before the song was bore. On the tracklist of their album, it will be the third track, there is already Divine Design which i can’t get enough of and from one Hen to another, you could go to their bandcamp page to check their songs out, i promise you won’t be disappointed.

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Brothel Hell was recorded and produced at Synergy Studios in Nakuru, Kenya so i spoke to Otieno Daniel, the manager of the band.

Austin of Audioinferno: What does this song really mean.

Otieno Daniel (Manager):

We engineer our own deaths. It is part of the albums concept of rising and falling as part of the evolutionary process, of reinvention. So for us we had to explore the idea of how the death comes about. And Brothel Hell is it. That in our foolishness, in the unknowing, in the naïvety of the soul’s life, it seeks pleasure which brings about erosion and hence death.

We are hearing here in the Audioinferno towers that they might drop another track before their ‘Pyramid Entities’ album finally drops. Support your local bands\m/

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