The Disappearing Sun

Album: The Infection (2009)

Songfacts®:

  • Guitarist Rob Arnold said to Kerrang! magazine that this is, "arguably the albums heaviest and darkest track., and our first ever tune written in drop B." (Drop B is a guitar tuning that is one half step down from B tuning). Arnold added that drummer Andols Herrick "puts on a clinic with his crafty double bass work, creatively placing his notes in unconventional spots."

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