Advertisements

Cadaver Garden

"Blacken the sky Can't stand to see the sun The truth of light Reveals the hatred that has won" – I Saw The End by Pallbearer

Creeping Flesh: Into the Meat Grinder

September 8, 2019
viralstampede

Creeping Flesh: Into the Meat Grinder

In rotting death and vicious mutilation, Creeping Flesh offer up their debut full length titled Into the Meat Grinder. This flesh ripping offering treats you to ten tracks one right after the next with a total run time of forty-five minutes. Through each and ever single one of those forty-five minutes you are subject to nothing but terrorizing and horrifying death. This is pure, grisly, mutilating death and nothing but. You won’t find any filler or gimmicks here as what you get is ten straight offerings of vile, gruesome and flesh peeling death metal. Foreboding, eviscerating, mutilating, vein draining, and more, Creeping Flesh provides it all within Into the Meat Grinder.

Each track within this offering is thunderous and ceaseless. These cuts bulldoze over you with the weight of a panzer tank, crushing you beneath their sheer weight making you become nothing more than rotting, stale flesh. It is undeniable that each of the ten tracks that are harbored within the forsaken walls of this release are incredibly heavy. With riffs that tear straight through your flesh and dig in to your bone, drum work that barrels straight through your chest and bloodied vocals that roar out from beyond the wall of punishing bleeding death, Creeping Flesh has created something here that is truly devastating. You will not find your way out of this release alive as you will become just another victim, mutilated and rotting beneath the cold soil in the vile trenches.

Lying beneath the hellfire and artillery shelling that is the musicianship is a sinister and overall creeping and foreboding atmosphere. The atmosphere that follows all through each of the ten tracks here is just as potent and rotten as everything else. It provides you with a tepid whiff of decay and and rigored flesh that makes you revulse. With this stagnant and rotting war torn atmosphere you can almost see the bodies and viscera strewn about before you. This atmosphere makes you feel as though you are about to get blown apart by artillery shelling, or ripped to shreds by flesh covered barbed wire. With this atmosphere is combination with the overall lobotomizing style of death that Creeping Flesh provides, Into the Meat Grinder is one hell of a force to be reckoned with.

As devastating and life expunging as Into the Meat Grinder is, it is equally catchy and entertaining. Into the Meat Grinder has just about everything going for it. Played in the vein of old-school death yet with new age death metal twists, unbelievably heavy, foreboding, catchy, memorable, entertaining, destructive, and so much more, Into the Meat Grinder is exceptional. It’s unreal that this is the debut full length from these corpse hoarders, but this will stand atop as one of my favorite death metal releases this year.

Into the Meat Grinder will be unleashed September 25 through Growls From The Underground.

Check out the lyric video for Tank Corps Unleashed from the upcoming record below!

Links To Follow:

Creeping Flesh Facebook

Growls From The Underground Facebook

Growls From The Underground Official Site

Advertisements

Mother’s Tomb: Absent Not Dead

September 5, 2019
viralstampede

Mother’s Tomb: Absent Not Dead

In great thrashing madness, sprinkled with death throughout, Mother’s Tomb offers up their upcoming release titled Absent Not Dead. Absent Not Dead treats you to four tracks including the intro, and each one is just as ripping and head banging as the last. Once the foreboding intro fades in to darkness, Mother’s Tomb kicks thing straight in to high gear as they provide you with one face melting track right after the next. Each of the three tracks that follow the intro are explosive and well executed offerings of thrashing madness that is coupled with elements of death metal to provide you with an incredibly neck twisting and entirely memorable listen.

Once you hit the first full track, Mother’s Tomb mashes the proverbial pedal through the floor never to relent or cease in their barreling assault that has you mashing you brain against your skull in no time. Absent Not Dead is an entirely whiplash inducing offering that won’t let you out of its death grips until your head is firmly twisted on backwards. Each track is a maelstrom of explosive metal that storms forth through your speakers aiming to melt your face and doing a damn good job of just that. Without so much as a reprieve, Mother’s Tomb marches forth from track to track offering up head banging, brain bruising metal.

With great musicianship, incredible gritty vocals and an overall solid and clean production, Absent Not Dead is an all around great release. Through and through you are provided with three excellent full tracks of thrashing madness with a little bit of death metal thrown in the mix for extra savagery. Each track is a well constructed, well executed and well written sonic slaughtering that will leave your face firmly peeled from your skull. You will keep coming back for more and more mayhem as this release is incredibly addictive and highly entertaining.

You cannot go wrong here with Absent Not Dead, as each cut within this EP is very solid and very well done making it to be a cohesive and comprehensive release that truly cannot be denied. This is the type of EP that you can truly call criminally short as you just want more and more leaving you reaching for the play button over and over again. Highly entertaining, addictive, volatile, and down right heavy, can you ask for more?

Sykelig Englen: This Hollow Land

September 2, 2019
viralstampede

Sykelig Englen: This Hollow Land

In blackened malevolence and morbidity comes Sykelig Englen summoned up from the crypts with them comes their newest offering titled This Hollow Land. This EP features three tracks plus one bonus offering totaling four tracks of nothing but raw, dissonant and hauntingly atmospheric black metal. This Hollow Land overall has a raw and organic sound to it making it overall dissonant and gritty. There are no gimmicks or tricks utilized here within this release as what you get is pure atmospheric blackened metal that tears your soul asunder. You are not given a moment of reprieve as This Hollow Land does not offer intros, outros, interludes or anything of the like as you become enveloped from beginning to end in harrowing, chilling black metal.

This release is biting, bitter and cold as it provides you with icy atmospherics that are underlying beneath the ritualistic sonic pourings of metallic darkness. Darkened and ever ceaseless, each of the four offerings that are present here are straight forward black metal assaults that are summoned from their tombs to gift you with a gritty and malevolent listen. Through and through you become treated to slashing riffs with the occasional guitar solo, dissonant drum work and horrifying haunting screams that pierce through the ever winding sonic abyss. As mentioned before, through all of the sonic darkness is an underlying atmosphere that is as haunting and chilling as you would come to expect.

The added atmospheric elements tie in nicely bringing each track together making them full bodied and cohesive. Each of the four tracks that represent this EP are well rounded and well executed making the entire EP comprehensive and well thought out. From the musicianship to the raw production to the hellish vocals to the ever present swirling atmosphere, Sykelig Englen creates something here that is pure blasphemy. This Hollow Land is a solid release through and through as it offers up four solid tracks one right after the next of nothing but blasphemous and chilling black metal.

This Hollow Land treats you to frigid, dark, twisting and morbid offerings that keep you coming back for more haunting blasphemy. If you are a fan of black metal, atmospheric black metal or anything akin to those, This Hollow Land certainly is the EP for you to check out.

Powered by WordPress.com.