Temple Desecration have a very dynamic range. They change styles and tempos with ease, like changing a pair of pants. They run the gamut from blood frenzy to hypnotically slow, and even throw in a crazy lady yelling curses.
Once again, IRON BONEHEAD PRODUCTIONS scours the darkest depths of the underground to find the filthiest, foulest gold: Poland's shadow-draped TEMPLE DESECRATION arrive with their debut 12" MLP, Communion Perished. At two tracks totaling 12 minutes, Communion Perished is the perfect length to display the band's defiling, dread-inducing power. Moving effortlessly from bestial surge to doom chunder, wide-eyed abandon to red-eyed respite, TEMPLE DESECRATION's brand of blackened death metal conjures countless visions of sickness and unrest, apocalyptic torment, the profane profoundly bespoiled. The final sacrament is offered, and it is Communion Perished...
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We might feel like we have been here before many times in recent years, but Ritual Chamber’s take on cave-dwelling death metal really does feel different than obvious points of comparison in Disma, Grave Miasma, and Incantation. Other albums may sound haunting and oppressive, but The Pits of Tentacled Screams actually sounds evil. Atmosphere aside, the riffs here are absolutely devastating and vital, with not a wasted second to be found. How nice would it be to have new Ritual Chamber in 2020? Ippocalyptica
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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