With veins of droning terror running throughout, The Wretched Sermon is a riff-filled manifestation of brutality.
Death metal with a grindy sound, but not the grind speed. Nasty riffs that I’m pretty sure could actually cut you if you listen too closely. A nice mid-paced groove that gets the ole noggin’ banging. What’s not to like?
As black metal and death metal, generally speaking, rise in popularity, and show no signs of slowing down any time soon, we can still find black/death metal hidden away underneath all the grime of the underground.
Jump in. Enjoy the chaotic ride. Catch your breath. Repeat.
Punishing down-tuned death metal riffs, belligerent drumming, and David Ingram’s trademark bellow.
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Quite frankly, I’m a little shook by how intensely good this album is.
Agma is a dark journey into the psyche. Punishing attacks lay over an ominous atmosphere that completely envelopes the listener.
Thanks for showing us that the bare knuckle style is far from played out. We just need experts to show us the intricate brutality.
Drawing heavily from old school, more thrash influenced death metal, they reject the caveman riff revival in favor of something more sinister.