Kosmocide

by DEUS MORTEM

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Glenn Wickman
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Glenn Wickman Produced by M? Great, but please don't do a Devo (Marduk) on us and leave the band to focus only on producing 😢
Otherwise, this is fucking killer, of course. Polish black metal? Nuff said. Favorite track: The Destroyer.
maripiergendron
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maripiergendron Simply amazing, from the begining to the end. The elegance of such savagery is pure gold. Favorite track: Sinister Lava.
Ippocalyptica
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Ippocalyptica Is no one going to say it? Though clearly a Polish black metal band, Deus Mortem’s riffing here is very reminiscent of Inquisition, adding a degree of thrash influence that really adds to the intensity and energy of the whole affair. However, Kosmocide is not Inquisition worship, with superior vocals, technical proficiency, and dynamics. The only reason why this was not on more 2019 AOTY lists is because not enough people listened to it, but we can change that. Hail Deus Mortem! Favorite track: Through the Crown It Departs.
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On ‘Kosmocide’, the band stretches their musical influences even further than before, drawing inspirations from classic Black Metal acts, whilst still being able to maintain the ‘Deus Mortem-sound’ we’ve come to know over the years. Its epic, its aggressive, lightning fast as well as dynamic and structured, the album displays worldclass musicianship, crowned with masterful production by M./Mgla and stunning artworks by Artem Grigoryev and Ihasan Art. ‘Kosmocide’ is an esoteric journey, through tragedies, death and destruction of universal laws – straight to the womb of the raging Chaos. Layout - Kontamination Design.

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released April 28, 2019

Released by Malignant Voices in conspiracy with Terratur Possessions.

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