Sunday, 25 January 2015
Deprive - Into Oblivian (CD Review)
01.Catacombs Of Betrayal
03.Fall Of Entropy
04.Infamous Ossuary Of Tribulation
07.Immemorial Ritual Beyond Death
08.An Oath Of Necrotical Mist
10.Divine Blood Of the Deceased
Erun Dagoth (All Instruments/Vocals)
Hailing from Santander Deprive is a one an projected created by Erun Dagoth in 2013.
He recorded "De Vermis Mysteriis" demo and was released on cassette by himself.
In 2014, Till You Fukkin Bleed Records from Poland re-released "De Vermis Mysteriis" with three songs of another old demo of a previous project as bonus tracks.
Later last year, Memento Mori offered to release his first album in early 2015, and now its here the death/doom metal album "Into Oblivion".
For a one an project have to say the opening track 'Catacombs Of Betrayal' is very impressive, superb attention to detail with every instrument.
Musically it switches from near funeral doom to full speed black metal, the vocals whilst fairly typical of the genre do have a certain quality and you can actually hear most of the words, something rare in the world of all things "death".
The next few are more of the same but 'Infamous Ossuary Of Tribulation' just has the edge with more of that doom coming through and some clever timing changes keeps your attention throughout.
'Dethroned Emperor' is a furious couple of minutes hailing back to the early days of Celtic Frost.
The final track is a one minute piano piece, beautiful and melodic its a strange but nevertheless clever way to end an excellent album.
For Fans Of: Pyre, Darkthrone, Aeternum, Marduk