Strange riffs interweave in strange ways in a composition aimed at otherworldly atmospherics.
Summoning the Lich unleashes United in Chaos – a record that takes the standard expectations of melodic and technical death metal and injects it with an insane amount of adrenaline, blazing through a labyrinth of incredibly strong guitar riffage and next-level vocals.
The sound is fresh, but certifiably Stortregn.
Igikai is the product of a group of insanely talented musicians that craved nothing more than to craft their vision into art with palpability, with longevity, and with true passion.
The Scalar Process is definitely technical death metal, but it’s as if tech death went to the gym, studied martial arts, and learned bomb making, all to better seek revenge on their high school bully.
The best way I can describe it (and this falls short of what it really is) is Napalm Death mixed with Cognizant.
It’s ludicrous, anxious fervor that is performed with an unparalleled intensity and crafted proficiency.
Staccato riffs reside alongside passages of technical proficiency all delivered with the crushing brutality of death metal.
Divinihility is a brief masterpiece of angular, chaotic mayhem.
All of the chaotic brutal beauty (breauty? beautality?) is on display here in Vore yet again.