Check out this special collection of early demo work from the one and only Leviathan
Witchcraft mounts over the doom scene with the ethereal and mystical music of Jess And The Ancient Ones
The ten tracks on offer span the width and breathe of the Godflesh oeuvre, sounding as rhythmically calculating and drill-press noisy as early works on the one hand while coming across as more nuanced on the other with bouts of formless amorphousness weaved into various sections.
Of Erthe and Axen: Act II may not be quite as engrossing and diverse as Act I, but it comes extremely close due to its heartfelt lyricism, energized singing, and ceaselessly fascinating and elaborate instrumentation.
What exactly do you…Do you see?
We can likely all agree that Samael will never be the same band that released the genre-defining Worship Him over a quarter century ago. That being said, we are likely the closest we are ever gonna get to that happening with their brand new, eleventh full-length effort, Hegemony.