Twelve inch vinyl pressing of this release from the Black/Grind Metal band. A cursory listen to TRANSIENCE leaves no doubt that Dead In the Manger creates music both brutally violent and coldly agonizing. TRANSIENCE opens with a repetitive, atmospheric motif, conjuring a bleak sadness that sets the stage for an urgent right turn to scalpel-sharp, high-BPM aggression and multiple stab wounds of hate-driven malcontent. Filled with ill will and revulsion, Dead In the Manger walks a fine line between all-out sensory violence and post-trauma exhaustion. At just six songs in under 20 minutes, TRANSIENCE destroys the listener with a calculated premeditation, and is a first glimpse at what Dead In the Manger have in store.