From the modest, but historical, deciduous forest and Appalachia of Tennessee, to the sweet odors of the Lodgepole Pine lining the jagged Rockies of Colorado, comes a combined split from Twilight Fauna, and Evergreen Refuge.
From the opening title track "Beast Incarnate", the speed of the twitching guitar riffs leads a static lit trail that the riveting blast beats and churning bass follows through tight structured melodies and guitar solos that focus on a more eerie tone and mood.
It's always pleasant news when you hear that a band who has been around for awhile is releasing a new album, and refuses to retire. Even if their discography consists of minimal releases, it's a passion for metal, rarely seen in other genres.
Since 2013, this wrecking crew from Arizona, has been spitting fire on death metal. Melting any traditional conception of death metal, and molding it into a unique product that continues to entertain even after the first sparks settle
this international trio have rallied together to deliver some extreme metal that will blow your socks off, or should I say, turn your socks into nifty little meat sacks toting your puréed feet flesh around as cotton encased liquid appendage balloons.
In keeping my eye out for fresh new talent in the death metal scene, it's almost a sure thing that one in every 50 bands is worth a second listen. It's difficult to match the level of saturation in the death metal category
Much can be said to the "Meh" quality of most bands in one of the most mature, yet juvenile sub-genre in metal, so it's always refreshing to find some un-charred and freshly hacked bone nubs to nibble on and digest.
Part of the draw can be found beneath all the gibberish blast beats and inaudible vocals