You should be able to have read this review in a minute tops. If you read, that is. I’m usually not in a hurry for you to get to that track embed at the end of this article, so I’m going to make it quick. The Congreation releases a new single, Soundtrack To The End of The World. Is it a rock song? So much more. Now put 50 seconds more on the clock, and lets go.
From big-bill producers and monoliths of rock music production, The Congregation seems to have done his willing, according to his name. His latest track is a 2:50 second banger, opening with some preachers dialogue about how rock n roll is written by the devil himself. If its the temptation to headbang our heads right out of its socket, then yes, it was the devil. Satan-aide here makes that whole moment special, with a confounding sound of live instruments coming at you. With the power that the Foos released White Limo with, the channeled sins of Beelzebub have never sounded this great.
I have about 20 seconds more. Hopefully, this build up is enough for you to lose your senses to this smashing song. It is truly the personification of a landslide, if it had a band. In case you want to hear how good the artist is, Welcome to the Congregation is your album to carry around. Truly a gift to all us minions.
In case you’re wondering how great the song is, it works really well for the closing scene of Fight Club. Maybe as good as Where is My Mind?
I’d love to see this song being used in one of the Thor films, as it really fits the energy and vibe! Check out the film here – https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/thor