After a five-year-long hiatus during which the band did not apparently perish in the swamps of mouldy and slugdy death metal, Eternal Rot start where they left off with the Promo 2013. Aptly titled ?Cadaverine?, the album features a four tracks and almost 30 minutes of filthy and dirty, slow to mid-paced hymns of doom and death. Gnarly and slightly distorted vocals, down-tuned guitars and gut-wrenching bass parts, all based on solid drumming, is everything a die hard fan might expect... The horde crawl out of the tomb they have dwelled for the past five years, offering some organ crushing, mind blowing and sickening metal of death stripped to the bone. A true must for any fan of old school masters.
Standard sleeve including insert with lyrics. 180g black vinyl.
Following up on the promising debut EP, the band has made a huge leap forward, creating a six-piece, forty-minute-long heavyweight monster of an album and delivering an unparalleled piece of suffocating and overwhelming, obscure, cavernous and abysmal, dissonant and disharmonic, bone-crushing and mind-twisting Metal of Daath. From almost trance-like passages, through groovy, marching, ritualistic fragments, to blasting and ear-blowing onslaught, all immersed in thick and dense, tangibly claustrophobic atmosphere, "Doom Spirit Emanation" emanates sheer evil you can actually sense?
Rites of Daath - synonymous with an unstoppable sonic monstrosity - definitely play in a league of their own now...