Terror From Hell puts another nail in the coffin with this split tape featuring two long new tracks from Into Coffin and Cenotafio.
The duality of Into Coffin's own Doom Death is unmercifully executed by slow monolithic guitar tunes VS crushing riffs of desperation and slow beats of torment VS pummelling drums whirlwind, enhanced by guttural torment.
To experience Into Coffin's music is like the opening of an old sarcophagus containing unspeakable horrors. Unwholesome crescendo.
The horror continues on the other side of this analogic strip, which features one tune from Chile's Cenotafio, an act which proves once more the nowadays' prolific chilean (extreme) metal scene. The band adds a remarkable amount of speed to this release with a treacherous blend of Death/Black with a good amount of ghastly and doomy atmospheric parts. Obscure and morbid are the paths their music pursue, comprised by churning drumming, ineffable chants of doom and vengeful guitar riffs.
supported by 15 fans who also own “Astral Sacrifice”
I have no problem with long songs but they can be a problem when the song doesn’t progress or gets repetitive, happy to say this song doesn’t fall into this complaint. Although I’m not a really big metal head, i do appreciate a good metal album. I love the solos and those dive bombs are amazing. Stopped listening to metal for a while because everything seems to gets muddled and sounded the same, this song has brought me back and excited to keep on the look out for more. vikhart_lizard