When Love Met Destruction

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When Love Met Destruction
EP by Motionless in White
Released February 17, 2009
Genre Metalcore, gothic metal
Length 23:30 (EP version)
38:49 (album version)
Label Tragic Hero
Motionless in White chronology
The Whorror
(2007)
When Love Met Destruction
(2009)
Creatures
(2010)

When Love Met Destruction is the second EP by American metalcore band Motionless in White released under Tragic Hero Records on February 17, 2009.

Background[edit]

When Love Met Destruction was recorded in the group's hometown after a year of releasing their debut EP The Whorror. After catching the attention of larger label, Tragic Hero Records, Motionless in White then made the decision to re-record some of the album's tracks for their debut album Creatures.[1]

Some songs from the original album version of When Love Met Destruction were later remade into new songs. Such as how "Bananamontana" was remade into the song "City Lights" which is featured on the band's 2010 full-length album, Creatures.[2] The chorus for the title track of When Love Met Destruction was also reused in the title track for Creatures.

Track listings[edit]

All songs written by Christopher Cerulli.

EP version track listing
No. Title Length
1. "To Keep from Getting Burned"   3:30
2. "Ghost in the Mirror"   3:37
3. "Whatever You Do...Don't Push the Red Button"   3:35
4. "Destroy Everything"   5:02
5. "Billy in 4-C Never Saw It Coming"   4:03
6. "The Seventh Circle"   3:32
Total length:
23:30

Personnel[edit]

Motionless in White
  • Chris "Motionless" Cerulli - lead vocals, additional guitar
  • Angelo Parente - drums, percussion
  • Frank Polumbo - bass guitar
  • Joshua Balz - keyboards, synthesizer
  • Thomas "TJ" Bell - rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Ryan Sitkowski - lead guitar

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fearless Records signs Motionless In White". Lambgoat. Retrieved 28 October 2011. 
  2. ^ "Track-By-Track: Motionless in White". Alternative Press. Retrieved 28 October 2011.