This third full length by the Portuguese duo travels seamlessly through the strangeness of the deep and the dark.
Though the album title translates into “empty”, the music is full of power and presence. Perhaps it is how the ultimate Emptiness expels itself.
Listening to the album straight through is a workout, both harrowing and exhausting, but the payoff is very worth it.
Yes, Dementia 13 is most probably the current band, worldwide, that best emulates that pure, fresh sound of late 80’s and early 90’s death metal.
massive riffs, guttural growls and gut churning insanity
Billed as black metal, the EP is actually black metal with atmospheric leanings that incorporates a ton of emotional hardcore influences in the way the material is presented. In terms of actual playing, it is fair to call this black metal.