British death metal outfit Venom Prison dropped their second full-length album “Samsara” on March 15th. The album title comes from the Buddhist concept of being reborn into a never-ending cycle of suffering. Compared to Venom Prison’s debut, “Samsara” shows even more raw, aggressive, hateful side of the band. The band zeroed in on songs’ dynamics and balance, using melodic moments to create contrast in order to maximize the listener’s perception of brutality. Lyrically, the songs are more personal to the band’s vocalist Larissa Stupar, revealing her personal sufferings and rebirth situations. You can stream “Samsara” below.