California's Dipygus are back with a twisted slice of death doom and grind, a seven song twister that finally strips and reveals their sick minds for what they are: sonic perverts with an ill sense of humor and a penchant for bizarre extreme metal.
Deathooze is out on CD and cassette by Caligari Records and on vinyl by The Expansion Abyss.
Chambers comes on and in the first couple of minutes, I had to stop dead in my living room and sit my ass down. The drum sound was THAT immediate. Encoffinized drops the hammer and gets the hell outta town for an LP. While there may not be tons of trailblazing about this release, but I have to put plant a flag in the ground here and say that this kind of "sound" takes vision, personality, and dedication. TheFinalHour
One of the best death metal albums I've ever heard. This LP combines elements of old school death metal with prog and experimental metal to create a truly unique sound. There is a noticable level of technicality in the composition, however not to a degree that detracts from the melody of the sound. The attack is consistent in it's brutality, but isn't in a mind numbing, grindy sprint and has no qualms with lowering the pace while maintaining aggression. This album needs to be on your radar. camelhouse7