Darkly beautiful and crushing. A complex addition to any collection. Continuum of Absence will provide countless repeated listens. Fans of Gorguts and Ulcerate will find unique comfort here.
Favorite track: Stupendous, Featureless, Still.
Ingurgitating Oblivion's stately conglomerate of doom, complexity and dissonance has by no means passed into oblivion. Ingurgitating Oblivion has been exalted onto desolate planes, spewing forth a malicious, cacophonous beauty: "Continuum of Absence". Ingurgitating Oblivion is proud to finally release their latest observation.
10 years after their full-length debut, Germany's Ingurgitating Oblivion are set to unleash their more-than-worthy follow-up. Continuum Of Absence sees the band build off the foundation that was set on 2005's Voyage Towards Abhorrence. Dark, brooding atmospherics mix with chaotic blasts and riffs that will easily appeal to fans of Gorguts, Immolation, and Morbid Angel.
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A little something olde, a little something trve / A lot of something br00tal, and mostly something new / Labyrinth Constellation proves Artificial Brain to be / Probably the most important death metal band of the 21st century. TheKenWord2017
New Zealand technical death outfit Ulcerate have often been praised for their innovative genre approach—but six albums into their discography, there's even greater strength in their consistency. Bandcamp Album of the Day Dec 20, 2016
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Listening to this, I felt as though roots had grown up from the Abyss, burrowed through the soles of my feet into my veins, and proceeded to syphon my soul down into a putrid cavernous expanse where, in the dank recesses at the bottom, a menagerie of hideous and terrifying beasts were ready to gnaw and crush my soul into oblivion. I love this record! Peter Christian N. Skov