With the release of SACROCURSE's Sulphur Blessing tape, IRON BONEHEAD PRODUCTIONS once again unveils a killer new horde that will soon be talked about far and wide within the underground. However, SACROCURSE is not an entirely "new" entity, as it is actually helmed by scene veteran Zolrak Montes, most known for Nodens and Unholier, but also a former member of Morbosidad and Obeisance. Here, with help from Turkey's Godslaying Hellblast, Zolrak unleashes unhinged barbarity firmly with the ancient tradition of South American black/death, but adds a uniquely memorable element to the caustic chaos at hand.
supported by 13 fans who also own “Sacrocurse - Sulphur Blessing”
I love Algleymi very much but there’s one area in which this is superior: production, especially the drums. Otherwise they’re two quite different records, but both are black metal classics as far as I’m concerned. Hopefully we won’t have to wait long to hear more. Metallurgical Fire
supported by 11 fans who also own “Sacrocurse - Sulphur Blessing”
Such a heavy album to absorb at night in the dark. Black, doomy as shit and inward looking. There is just so much going on that it is cool to concentrate on certain elements that jump out each time you listen. It will change each time, but now I'm really focused on the sound of the guitars and the way the interacting lines barely hold together. Craziness. Worth the time to spend discovering the many highlights of "Aphotic Womb." bcb723
supported by 10 fans who also own “Sacrocurse - Sulphur Blessing”
A cavernous whirlwind of chaotic death metal. Like a freight train right to the head. If Teitanblood was more structured and had slightly better production, then conjured up Morbid Angel, you'd get Svn Eater. ribsgibson