My one complaint is that I wish it were about five minutes longer, but there is something to be said for an album leaving the listener wanting more.
This is the foulest of foul, and one of the rare releases of this style that doesn’t bore me to tears.
It lives within the boundaries of the style (with some blackening, but that’s not so abnormal), but does so with a unique putrefaction that makes it stand out above the rest.
The attack on The Weight of Being is poignant and powerful, both lyrically and sonically.
Relentless power roars forward throughout Unheeded Warnings of Decay, like a tsunami headed toward shore, with equal measures of imminent destruction.
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Strange riffs interweave in strange ways in a composition aimed at otherworldly atmospherics.
All of the chaotic brutal beauty (breauty? beautality?) is on display here in Vore yet again.
I cannot think of ANY project that so effortlessly channels real emotion in their music.
…the dead gather at the center of the underworld, where Venomous Skeleton performs as the house band.