Morbid Realms is determined by the energy and the sheer performance of the U.S. death metal trio Sentient Horror, who has released a rip-roaring album for fans of extreme metal.
The sophomore is a good mix of the semi death/doom style. The standard work of the album is very good and suitable for fans who like their music served with rotten riffs, guttural growls and grinding drums.
Baest seems to continue in the same direction of the debut album but this time they push harder where they intent to sound more organic and raw.
The fresh take on extreme and death/crust metal style proves that the younger generation like the Estonian Swarn has their own methodical approach to this sub-genre.
“Burial Remains” have somehow found their own niche on the debut album. And it’s safe to say that band somehow sounds close to the 90’s version of Fleshcrawl.
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