Following two demos that were released earlier this year, Tomb Mold is back and on the cusp of releasing their debut full length titled Primordial Malignity. Just by hearing the name of the band and the name of this upcoming full length release you know that what you will be getting is death metal at its rawest and purest form. There isn’t anything else in this release other than straight forward disgusting death metal. There is no fluff and there aren’t any fillers in this record so if you thought that you might escape death, that won’t be the case.
When you begin listening you immediately get hit with the raw, clean and gnarled sound that Tomb Mold has to offer. The production on this record is filthy and grimy and it fits Tomb Mold’s m.o. Everything on this record fits well as a matter of fact. There isn’t anything out of place, the production is great and the musicianship is great as well and when everything is sewn together in this heap of gore and viscera, the listen that you get is purely savage and blood letting. Primordial Malignity is a disgusting album that it revels in all of the filth that it provides you and for thirty-two minutes you are its victim.
Tomb Mold sets the tone early and from the very first note on you understand that what you are getting is a gnarled and nasty sound. From the opener on Tomb Mold does their best to tear your head off of your shoulders and after one listen and after headbanging so much you feel as though you don’t have a head left. One twisting, ghastly song rolls on right after another decimating and digging early graves for anyone or anything that gets in their way. Now, thirty-two minutes isn’t and incredibly long period of time, but after you get done listening you feel as though you have lasted two hours with a sadistic butcher that craves flesh.
Throughout this release you get pelted and torn asunder by eviscerating riffs, rumbling spine rattling bass lines, drums that punch your innards out of your back and vocals that seem to have been unearthed from six feet under. Every element of this record is dripping in filth and grime and really if it wasn’t it just wouldn’t fit Tomb Mold. Primordial Malignity has such a massive sound to it that you need to play it at a level where your neighborhood can hear it.
Primordial Malignity continues what Tomb Mold has been doing already, and that is ripping faces off and supplying you with down right disgusting and addicting death metal. There isn’t much else to say other than this album is heavy as fuck and death metal fans should keep an eye out for this record when it comes out.
Primordial Malignity will be released through Blood Harvest Records on February 3, 2017.
To find this record, you can do so here .