This new split marks the return of the mighty Morbosidad and a new set of unholy hymns by Chile’s perversor. The Morbosidad side constitutes the most aggressive tracks that the band has conjured in years. On this release, the putrid vocals of Tomas Stench are accopanied by the devastating fury of members of Hacavitz. The production on these tracks is more refined and the songwriting is more severe than on other recent Morbsidad recordings making it a triumphant return to form for the Morboso demons. For their side, Perversor continues to deliver some of the most vile Deathrash South America has spewed forth in the last two decades. Perversor’s sickness knows no bounds, and these tracks find the band delving ever deeper into alcoholic and Satanic destruction.
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Oh Christ, the blasphemy!
The Dead Congregation crew are so damn solid and consistent... everything they drop is essential.
Talented fucking dudes that make nothing but skull shattering dopeness, even on their debut release.
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On this EP the songs show variety in their dynamics of harmony, tempo & time signature. The EP is aimed to draw one into a journey of utter hate, despair & madness. The journey explores a turmoil of spiritual tension: the use of barbaric mid-pace & triplet blasting accompanying demented DM riffs at climactic points; then dropping in tempo towards a slower cacophony. Drugged chords create the guitar filth, which, along with the slow, incantation-like vocals, are rather catchy & fittingly placed. xhrl_