IRON BONEHEAD PRODUCTIONS is proud to present TYRANNIC's highly anticipated second album, Mortuus Decadence, on vinyl LP format. The CD version will be released by Seance Records.
Since their formation in 2010, Australia's TYRANNIC have been a steady study in sonic defiance. The band's earliest demo and split recordings were largely the work of one R, but by the time of their debut album, 2018's Ethereal Sepulchre, TYRANNIC expanded their lineup and also expounded upon the primitivist origins of their sound. Aptly titled, Ethereal Sepulchre was a foggy 'n' frightening statement of eerie blackened doom - or perhaps DOOMED BLACK? Either way, the trio tread upon the slimy foundation laid out by their forebears but also evinced a red-eyed personality all their own.
Alas, that identity has fully come to fruition with TYRANNIC's second album, Mortuus Decadence. Both more immediate and distant than its not-inconsiderable predecessor, A LOT happens across Mortuus Decadence, with each of the five principal tracks taking treacherous turns and demonic detours throughout the album's 43-minute runtime. Truly, the sum effect is unsettling; the reconfigured trio unleash endlessly rolling/roiling screeds of physicality that mutate in a most bizarre manner. Both denominations of "black" and "doom" are still apropros here, but the seemingly scattershot attack TYRANNIC take strikes upon the wild & weird terrain trod by the likes of old Mortuary Drape, Root, Hungary's Tormentor, Barathrum, Brazilian iconoclasts like Impurity and Sextrash, or even very earliest Mayhem. Still, it cannot be overstated that there's indeed order here - except that it's cracked and broken and betraying a woozy wisdom only known to TYRANNIC.
Wrapped in a sweltering, megaton production most Hellhammered, Mortuus Decadence is a declaration of diabolism that puts TYRANNIC in rarefied company.
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Finally got this bad boy on vinyl and hot damn, it sounds even better. this is truly a hellish black metal album. locked. in your bed woth sleep paralysis, the demon Melinoe comes and feasts on your dreams. Its this true creativity that made me fall in love with metal. This is an absolutely masterful fusion of dark ambient and black metal, that frankly hasnt been done as well as this. cold cold vocals woth absolutely ferocious guitars, bass and drums with vicious synthesizers makes this an opus. classymusicsnob