Abhoria is a catchy album, with earworm riffs crawling out of the blackness to crawl around in your brain for a while.
…the album [is] rich with feeling, beautiful in the way that a carcass is beautiful as it rots to become one with the earth again.
The atmosphere is tense and ominous, while simultaneously being subtly relaxing and full of emotion.
This third full length by the Portuguese duo travels seamlessly through the strangeness of the deep and the dark.
Punishing down-tuned death metal riffs, belligerent drumming, and David Ingram’s trademark bellow.
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This will not stop until all are crushed beneath it. Prepare for the end.
The ride is dark, and often hopeless. I also find it cathartic.
This debut album sucks all the air out of your lungs and holds you under for the entirety of its forty minute run-time.
Quite frankly, I’m a little shook by how intensely good this album is.