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      As Within, So Without 'Into Oblivion' Album Review by Allyson Kingsley

      As Within, So Without

      Into Oblivion

      Independent

      March 5, 2019

      Album Review by Allyson Kingsley, Music Journalist

      Boston Rock Radio 

      Lineup:

      Mitchell Lustosa: lead vocals

      Matt Tzovolos: guitarist

      Michael Fiorino: guitarist

      Matthew Lustosa: bassist/ vocals

      Lukas Vitullo: drummer

       

      Although it is a necessary evil nowadays, I am not keen on genre labels for a band. Metal is fucking metal no matter how you look at it. So let's ditch the metalcore label today and just enjoy As Within, So Without for what it is. Their current creation Into Oblivion is divinely heavy. They formed in 2016 in Port Chester, New York and met with success with their debut EP in 2017 entitled Our Self DestructionWith rigorous touring, fueled up live shows and performances with Phinehas, Upon a Burning Body and Slaughter to Prevail among others, they have gathered quite a following.

      “Departure” is an excellent mix of a variety of influences with bountiful breakdowns and crushingly heavy rhythms. The vocals throughout the album are a balance of guttural and aggressive and clean, but not so much as to remain blistering. “A Disease Called Man” is an apt title that speaks for itself - from the environment to our fucked up world leaders and even to how we are shitty to each other. “Hate Me” is my pick. It sounds more downtuned, crazy furious, and an anger that erupts inside you. Into Oblivion is the epitome of incandescent and impassioned.

       

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