In the case of Cult Burial’s Reverie of the Malignant, it is clear that they do not struggle to find a footing within these seemingly disparate styles. They thrive in the liminal space between them.
…if you wanna sit with an album for a few listens and really get to know it, then this one’s for you!
The trio have concocted a rich, fiery atmosphere which holds all manner of imagined evil in the shadows and contours of the riffs.
Creating a dark atmosphere with careful, patient percussion, bass lines that seem to hum with the very vibrations of the earth, and creative riffs which run through several variations of doom metal.
The sun can kill us with its deadly UV rays. Good thing our destination is The Starless Kingdom.
The palette of feelings used to paint this musical landscape is rich and varied.
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Lähdön Aika may be tapping into the immense power of the earth itself, or maybe the consciousness of communal humanity.
Abominion joins the party as a worthy successor to the prior releases, staying the course of magnificently grim blackened doom, while evolving in ever more spiteful directions.