Excessive ramblings on timbres harsh, elating, groovy, boisterous, and psychotic.
Invigorating and alive, contrary to the deathly genre of which it belongs.
Immolating our cerebrums.
“No halting the flood’s advance,
See it through to the end”
Wandering across landscapes dystopian, deranged, heinous, and haunting.
Exhuming the 1996 death metal landmark.
Apoptosis is breathtaking in its technicality, uplifting in its melodies, and expansive in scope as it effortlessly incorporates tinges of orchestral flair.
In episode twenty-five, we get ensnared within the oozing tech-death miasma of Replicant’s Negative Life. We trek across the majestic medieval expanses conjured on Isegrimm’s Der Herr Von Verona and we suffocate in the pestilent blackened death metal tomb of Mylingar’s Döda Drömmar.
In episode twenty-two, we are cloaked in the droning, industrial-tinged sound palettes of Grave Blankets’ self-titled debut EP. We get hanged, drawn and quartered by the technical, groove-laden death metal savagery of Cognitive’s new LP, Matricide, and we stride across the neon synth skylines of MULE’s future retro debut record, Music for B-Movies.