Spectral Voice / Phrenelith - Split EP

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Matthew Cohen
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Matthew Cohen Total perfection on this one and the track simply slays~ one of their best songs that have been released to date. If this is any indication of what we can expect on the new record, then we are all in for some greatness come October, Favorite track: Spectral Voice - Peeled Veins.
Forlorn Hope
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Forlorn Hope I got this for Phrenelith, but I really like Spectral Voice now. Favorite track: Spectral Voice - Peeled Veins.
Matthew Toye
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Matthew Toye I'm always ready for more Spectral Voice. If this split is any indication of the full lengths to come from both bands then get your bank accounts ready. Favorite track: Spectral Voice - Peeled Veins.
Keenan Johnston
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Keenan Johnston Two quality death/doom tracks from a pair of recent bands that have each put out some worthy demos. Fans of filthy, ancient-sounding death metal should check out their respective full-lengths that should be released in 2017. Favorite track: Spectral Voice - Peeled Veins.
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IRON BONEHEAD PRODUCTIONS, in conspiracy with DARK DESCENT RECORDS, is proud to present a special split 7" between SPECTRAL VOICE and PHRENELITH. America's SPECTRAL VOICE and Denmark's PHRENELITH are two of the death metal underground's hottest, most promising bands who've yet to release a full-length album, and this split 7" features an exclusive song from each horde. Hailing from Denver, SPECTRAL VOICE have churned out a handful of demos as well as a split the last couple years, and their tirelessly prolific nature continues with "Peeled Veins" - ever aptly titled, this track churns with a dizzying density, the band once again putting a new twist on the classic Finnish death metal archetype. Hailing from Copenhagen, PHRENELITH have also churned out a handful of demos the past couple years, and their contribution here to their first split release, "Once Fertile Soil," is a dark 'n' disgusting slice of eldritch Scandinavian bestiality, the likes of which suggested by ancient Belial and Mythos. Together, this split is mandatory for those who freely dwell within the abyss...

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released October 13, 2016

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