Within A World Forgotten is a dizzy, dark spell of violence conjured from the depths.
With a four-year gap between records, two lineup changes and an entire rerecording, it was fair for anticipation of Skyharbor's long-awaited third album to be tempered by a reasonable dose of skepticism. Thankfully, Sunshine Dust hits the mark far more often than it misses,
This is all done while breaking into portions of more structured death metal that joins the brutal tapestries of frozen carcasses.
Suspended in Reflections is more of a singular experience than a collection of songs, and its ability to bond heavy and light personas seamlessly and imaginatively (with plenty of essential gradations beneath and around those surfaces) is remarkable.
A split for the ages, this might get loud.
Somewhere amidst the rise of metalcore and post-hardcore, the notion of meshing pop music elements with metal emerged. Heavy instrumentals…
This brutal death album leaves little room for any groove or slam, and is all business in the rolling ball of membrane waiting to burst its abscessed contents in well-timed and meaningful slams