Vircolac are like the Baskin Robbins of death metal because there's at least 31 flavours in these tracks. These long time scene veterans have created their own unique morbid stench from their influences.
Favorite track: Charonic Journey (Stygian Revelation).
Vircolac came into being in Dublin, Ireland during the dying embers of 2013 with the intention of creating a timeless take on Death Metal replete with actual songs, riffs and atmosphere, removed in its own right from some of the contemporaneous styles within Death Metal that almost sought to unwrite what the essence of a song is.
Steeped firmly in the 80s and subsequent early 90s Death Metal scenes, influences are wide and varied but never used as a barometer for reference but rather as parts of the whole that have obsessed our collective minds from a young age and now present in our newest endeavour, The Cursed Travails of the Demeter EP. So, for now, we bid you welcome on board this cursed ship and join our voyage into damnation.
released October 31, 2016
JG - Rhythm & Lead Guitars, Keyboards and Effects
BMC - Rhythm & Lead Guitars
KB - Bass Guitar
DVL - Vocals and VVords
NH O' Puirseil - Drums, Percussion & Additional Vocals on "Betwixt the Devil and Witches
Additional performance: Ola - keyboards
Recorded in Bealtaine 2016 in Elektra Studios, Dublin
Produced, Engineered and Mixed by Ola Ersfjord
Mastered by VK
Layout and design by A.B. for Grave IX Design
Sigil by Stephen Wilson
Photography by Lea Reinicke for Lea Reinicke Photography
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Researched Icelandic bands before being able to visit the country in 2019 and found primarily Misþyrming!!!! They reignited and intensified an existing ( and somewhat on the back burner at the time ) love of heavy music. Even listened on the flight there! I have gotten into a lot of great bands because of them. hellaganj2000
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PSA: if there was an album you heard a couple years ago and thought it was ok, listen to it again and you might love it.
That's what happened to me with this album. I cannot fathom why it didn't stick with me back then. Same thing happened with Decoherence's Unitarity for that matter. Matten