Abyssal releases 2nd Album “Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius” (2013)

On January 1st, England’s Abyssal released their second album of decomposing death metal via digital download.

Deriving influences from early Immolation, Incantation, and most noticeably Arkhon Infaustus; Abyssal executes their lust for decay and molds it into a good mixture of modern death/doom metal. If a rat gnawing at a corpse manifested into a soundtrack, this would be suiting.

“In a decaying society, art, if it is truthful, must also reflect decay.” – Ernst Fischer


6 thoughts on “Abyssal releases 2nd Album “Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius” (2013)”

  1. Lonegoat says:

    Rather odd that no label picked this up. This is good stuff.

  2. Ozz1666 says:

    This sounds surpisingly good. Makes me want to go over my death metal catalogue again.

  3. J. Lockhart says:

    Very Interesting release. Sounds like they’re cut from the same ‘decomposing’ cloth as Ævangelist.

  4. Spork says:

    I’m reminded of Ulcerate, just with very little (or none) of the stupid post-rock/post-metal/”progressive sludge”/Neurosis-ish bullshit.

  5. Robert says:

    Eh, it’s okay. Nothing special.

  6. People really want examples of newer bands that they can like. You should pay attention to this, DeathMetal.org. There’s only so much you can stand around talking about how the older bands were better, even if it is true.

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