A Significant Portion of Their Discography

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Although dwelling in relative obscurity during the approximate six years of their career, Mara'akate amassed enough demo recordings, 7"s, and split releases to put out a 24-track release on Italy's Heroine Records. This album contains songs from their out-of-print splits with Fable and Racebannon and lots of rough, grainy demo tracks, including alternate versions of later-recorded songs. The final track even contains piano, which stands out amongst all of the other violent, screamy tracks that bear a large resemblance to Usurp Synapse and the Locust (minus the keyboards), and yet do well to stand on their own. This is definitely a necessary album for fans of the band as well as those into some of the more crazy, screamy hardcore acts.