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Issuing forth like a deadly miasma from the tombs of subterranean Copenhagen, Phrenelith unleash their debut full-length like the hounds of Hades themselves.
Coming off a spate of well-received demos in addition to a split with Spectral Voice on Dark Descent Records Records, plus their Chimaerian Offspring Cassette EP on Extremely Rotten Records, the sound is fetid, guttural and gasping.
Like a half-decomposed corpse disinterred from the marshlands, this slithering rotten filth is hideously attractive, repulsively inviting in its gruesome fascination. A fine sense of poise and grandeur leads to unusual progressions and neck-snapping rhythmic variations.
Atonal apocalyptic melodies collide with off-kilter riff work, crossing the lines between traditional filthy death metal found on the lost tapes of the '80s alongside splendid maniacal hooks a mile wide which will stand the test of time. This is the Desolate Endscape-abandon hope and embark on the descent.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Music Genre Primary||Metal|
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