The music speaks for itself.
An interview with Brian Sheehan of Fell Ruin, along with a recording of their live set.
Comments on a punishing show at Cellarmen’s in Hazel Park.
Luna de Sangre, released at the tail end of 2017, shows Mammon developing their own sound, staking their own ground.
While I don’t think Parasites fully captures everything they were live, it is a solid album with some exceptional moments. (SEE THEM LIVE!!!!)
The band doesn’t seem to have missed a beat, as they pick up exactly where they left off, but with some extra attitude included.
To The Concrete Drifts, much like all of the work by Detroit based Fell Ruin, is a complex and difficult album.
This is death metal played in the darkest recesses of a post-apocalyptic doom soundscape.
A dark creature arises from the post-apocalyptic wastes.