Tuesday, September 10, 2013

The Marsonist releases new LP 'Hell On Earth'


The Canadian rapper known as the Marsonist has released his latest LP record album, “Hell On Earth.” The album is comprised of 12 original tracks for an approximate total listening time of 50 minutes. It is
the Marsonist's most significant and powerful publication since his hit single release in spring, “Get Em,” which also appears on “Hell On Earth” and features Young Noble. Also featured on the Marsonist's latest record are the talents of Chucc Brown, RubyRax, Oli, Despa, and Choclair. A comprehensive and heavy-hitting treatment of Marsonist tracks, “Hell On Earth” (H.O.E.) is one of the season's most anticipated and aggressive rap records by far.

The Marsonist cites as main artistic influences, “different genres like hip hop, R 'n' B, reggae, and Rock, to drum and bass, dubstep, and other EDM-type music,” but he also notes that his own art isn't derived from some outer source. “Most of my artistic influences derive from my own life experiences, observations, and opinions I have,” he writes.

The writing of “Hell On Earth” is exceptional. His lines and rhymes curl and turn, punch and wheel, spin and fly. The performances of all artists appearing on the album are staggering, yet the writing of the lyrics still wins out over all. This is at least partially because the Marsonist has so very much to say.

“The message that I am trying to deliver with 'Hell On Earth,'” he writes, “is that life is not easy, and that sometimes you are forced to go through hell in order to reach your goals and live your dreams. My goal is to express my own thoughts and experiences through my music, in order to inspire and reach people from all over the world who can relate to the message that I portray in my songs.”

These songs range in topic from the party anthem (“We Run the Party”) to the combative (“Get Em”) but each track is a work of art in its own right, complete with deep cuts and bumping beats that groove straight to the bone.

“Hell On Earth” by the Marsonist is available online worldwide.

-S. McCauley
Staff Press Release Writer

The LP “Hell On Earth” is distributed globally by MondoTunes (www.MondoTunes.com) and is available at iTunes for convenient purchase and download

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