Dire Omen continues to be one of the finest examples of Canadian death metal. Their second EP is another ingot of ruthless violence and destruction. I'm eagerly anticipating their next full length.
Favorite track: Malkuth.
Brand new three-song 7" EP from Canada's Dire Omen. This is the first release since the band's 2014 album "Wresting the Revelation of Futility".
released July 13, 2018
Cover art - Denis Forkas
Recorded at Two Bodies of Water Studios - Edmonton, AB
Mixing - R. Rodas
Mastering - Brad Boatright at Audiosiege
Additional art - Cold Poison Design
Layout and additional art by Danille Gauvin
supported by 76 fans who also own “Formless Fire Embodied”
Mylingar is one of the most unique bands around right now. The music is far more complex and dynamic than a first listen reveals. They’re very different from Esoctrilihum, but similar in terrifying effect. Metallurgical Fire
supported by 75 fans who also own “Formless Fire Embodied”
An infatuating illustration of technical composition that has me returning on a more than regular basis. Hard to believe such an incredible amount of audible bereavement could be conjured and demonstrated by a single human being.
Clutching, demanding, enthralling repertoire of hymnal dissonance; Armory of decadent sonic upheavals with dismayingly lethal vorpal caliber. Grievous will grip you by the throat and forcibly learn you something you have only little knowledge of. You will listen. Inveterate༒Mendaciousness