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Vinyl LP pressing.Gif From God describe themselves as "serious yet playful, practicing a cold, calculating blend of grind and metalcore absurdity designed to act as a vehicle for their ominous propaganda. On their Prosthetic debut, a 12-song album titled approximation_of_a_human, the Virginians demonstrate a surgical command of their ruthless and chaotic sound. The album was recorded and mixed at Viva Studios by Matt Michel, and mastered by Lance Koehler at Minimum Wage Recording. While their tongue-in-cheek song titles give away an oddball sense of humor, the lyrics beneath often detail a harsh, grim reality; the demons that haunt them, and the personal struggles to exorcise the ones within themselves. Explicitly political in it's mission, the six-headed collective prefers to eschew labels, and express it's beliefs not just though lyrics but the causes and activist organizations they have fundraised for as individuals and a group.