With their debut LP, Prosanctus Inferi proved that there is still room to expand within the Black/Death subgenre. Indeed, the sound of Prosanctus Inferi is Black/Death in the truest sense. Combining influences from early 90's U.S. Death Metal and U.S. Black Metal, Prosanctus Inferi formulate a new sound -- one in which neither style overshadows the other. The result might represent the median point between Morbid Angel / Necrovore and Profanatica / Demoncy, augmented by warped riffs and unpredictable song structures. This mLP features new choral passages of primal and obsessively impure coital delirium. Caustic guitars and relentless drums collide beneath vocals drenched in wrath and perversion. The sound here is more immediate and extreme than the LP, but still retains the characteristic idiosyncratic musical syntax that characterizes Prosanctus Inferi's approach.
supported by 13 fans who also own “Red Streams of Flesh”
Although I appreciate a dose of technicality in my music, I don't really gravitate to tech-death. This album is an exception. I'm sure you've heard the tired critique of tech-death, "Technical for technicality's sake," but this album is not that. This album is highly technical, highly rhythmic, and surprisingly melodic. The transitions are still followable for practiced listeners and the band doesn't try and pull a fast one and sweep the rhythm out from under you. This album is seriously good. Camel
supported by 10 fans who also own “Red Streams of Flesh”
Such gleeful depravity!Catchy and head-bangable at the same time. Oafish serial killer lyrical stylings scratches my Dethklok itch and and keeps me with obsessed old-school worshiping riff magic. goblintoof