Review: Motionless In White – Infamous



Living up to the “spooky core” tag way better than Coal Chamber, the band that came up with that descriptor nearly in the mid ’90s, Pennsylvania’s makeup-slathered Motionless in White manage to pull off the unlikely mashup of Manson-esque Halloween rock with burly, mosh pit-churning metalcore. Complete with black-metalish keyboard flourishes, Infamous lead single “Devil’s Night” rages like Bleeding Through, while “A-M-E-R-I-C-A” stomps like vintage Manson. Perhaps best of all is “Sinematic,” a slow-burning goth-emo power ballad that truly is as its title says. Infamous displays a compelling, if sometimes uncomfortable, range for a young band, particularly in vocalist Chris Motionless, and as a result, scares up genuine thrills. WILL NAVIDSON

Check out “Devil’s Night” off Infamous below:

  • RickiSullivan;)

    Motionless in White will be legend with some of the greatest albums of all time. They’re are making history right here, just like they made history with The Whorror, Creatures and When Love Met Destruction. In 30 years they should be remember as one of the greatest bands of all time