Album Reviews

On their newest EP offering ‘Earthendium’ New Jersey death metal act Disma unleashes a sonic cacophony of down tuned death metal riffs that makes them among the best bands in death metal today. Out on Necroharmonic Productions.

Sect of Vile Divinities gradually crushes and overwhelms the listener each track is textured with deep growls as for the riffs they keep the tone morbid and eerie.

Sempiternal Dusk seems to master their art of death/doom metal each riff is like a monstrous tidal wave that has a monumental and crushing brutality.

“A Beacon in the Husk” is modern death metal of an eerie type. It is a complex record that requires time to assimilate its varied contents.

“Steeping Corporeal Mess” will have you all hooked by the nifty riffs and slow tempos, there are a lot of elements which Fetid seems to be influenced by Undergang.

“Krypts” have increased their creativity on Cadaver Circulation, deepening the focus on the low tuned guitars that creates one if the most uncanny sensations that you’ll ever experience.

Ossuarium’s “Living Tomb” is an album that lives up to the hype. And can surely withstand the erosion of time and space, I would proudly place this album right beside Disma’s debut album “Towards the Megalith”.