This split will bring total death & darkness above all of you!!
The Mexicans of PUTREFACT and the Sweden/Spain combination PUTREVORE (featuring Rogga Johansson & Dave Rotten) joined forces with UNHOLY PROPHECIES for the imminent release of this putrid, evil and obscure Death Metal Split. It will be pressed on red vinyl and limited to just 300 copies!
Unholy Prophecies is proud to present a special new EP from Sweden's PUTRIFIED, fittingly titled "The Flesh. The Scythe. The Tomb." Formed in 2010, PUTRIFIED began as a solo-project of one A. Death, but has recently coalesced into a full, four-person lineup. Presented on 7" vinyl, "The Flesh. The Scythe. The Tomb." is the first studio recording to feature this new, superior PUTRIFIED lineup. And despite seeming strangely squashed with six songs across a 7" EP, "The Flesh. The Scythe. The Tomb." presents a unique aspect to PUTRIFIED's ever-solidifying aesthetic.
Cacophonous coalescence of amorphous chaos and morbidly dissonant riffage conforming a mesmerizingly hypnotic Black Metal mass that will appeal to those who have been staring unblinking at the abyss until its relentless vortex has finally consumed them.
Second full length of this German Black Metal institution. Only for purists of the genre. Totally recommended.
Vinyl version released in summer 2011 on Merciless Records, with an additional 7" EP as a bonus, which contains the song "Night of the Forlorn Graves" featuring the guest, clean vocals of Nathaniel of Résistance.
In an era of "old school" underweight hipster revivalists drenched in reverbs and "atmosphere" (that doesn't sound old school at all), VoV comes back after 6 years of riots, line-up genocides and mental breakdowns striking with 2 new death hymns, already released on tape by Unholy Domain records (august 2016) now ready for proper vinyl and mcd (with 4 bonus tracks) format by Everlasting Spew Records. VoV is not revival, VoV is comprised of people who have grown up in the early 90's and you'll clearly hear it.
For fans of (early) DEMIGOD, TRAUMATIC, (early) DISGRACE, (early) MASSACRE and FUNEBRARUM.