Born in 2007; Sweden's Anguish have been lying in the shadows preparing for their first deathly blow. A follow-up to their 2010 demo "Dawn of Doom," "Through the Archdemon's Head" is a 56-minute monolithic masterpiece that may leave some questioning the fact that this is their first full-length recording. Riff after crushing riff combine with tortured vocals to bring you what surely will be one of doom metal's finest releases of 2012.
supported by 40 fans who also own “Through the Archdemon's Head”
Atmospheric / Black / Doom / Death - Metal packed in 4 Songs with a running Time from 64 Minutes.......
Dark, grim, fast, melancholic and technical with a Mix from "Deathspell Omega" / "Ruins of Beverast" / "Leviathan (USA)" and "Dødsengel".......
No more Words left and just speechless.........
supported by 39 fans who also own “Through the Archdemon's Head”
Fuck yes... this is how you make a solid death metal EP kids.
Everything about this release is on point. Even the artwork is some old style sickness that fits the music perfectly. It’s hard to even pick a favourite track, they all slay.
Can’t believe I didn’t discover this band earlier, cuz they annihilate and destroy. I recommend treating ur ears to this filth.
A corrosive mix of death, doom, psychedelia, and black metal, the Portland quartet’s debut full-length is a bona fide underground monolith that shapeshifts with each listen, all while maintaining its essential heaviness. Bandcamp Album of the Day Feb 1, 2019