I'm chuffed to bits that I got the physical copy of Fires of the Dying World, it's an epic black metal masterpiece that I will surely be returning for more audio darkness of Desolate Shrine.
Favorite track: The Dying World.
Finnish death metal trio DESOLATE SHRINE will reemerge from the crypts with their newest offering, Fires of the Dying World. Dark Descent Records will release the album on CS, cassette, and digital formats on March 25. Vinyl treatment coming later this year.
At long last the successor to 2017’s Deliverance from the Godless Void has been unconfined from the clandestine vaults of Dark Descent Records. Aptly titled Fires of the Dying World, Finland’s DESOLATE SHRINE delivers 46 minutes of their unique death metal possession. The masterful craftsmanship on DESOLATE SHRINE’s fifth album is unmistakable; a true portrait of a band at their absolute peak.
Yet be forewarned before indulging from the poison chalice of Fires of the Dying World for it ensnares its victims in an inescapable maelstrom of death and futility. Absolute surrender is the recommended response, as you descend into a claustrophobic trance that erases the world around and reaches into your very soul. When you awaken… nothing will be quite the same again… Let the fires burn.
released March 25, 2022
Cover art by L.L.
Recorded and mixed by L.L.
Mastered by Damian Herring at Subterranean Watchtower Studios
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Tomb Mold's whole discography rules, but this is their crowning achievement. They go straight-up prog death this time around and absolutely kill it. Will Of Whispers might be my favorite death metal song of the past decade. Greatness all around. Ryan
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BrutalDeath technique et mélodique, à deux voix, fondues dans l'ensemble, où rivalisent deux guitares très présentes et efficaces.
Ce groupe n'entre pas dans mon Top10, mais ça n'empêche en rien la qualité de l'œuvre présente... et ce n'est que mon humble avis ! XD EklektikTrip