Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Boreworm – Black Path (2013)

Album:  Black Path
Genre:  Progressive/Technical Death Metal

Track Listing:
1. Black Path
2. Xenophagia
3. Hive Conduit
4. Clandestine

Support:  Bandcamp ($5)
Preview:  “Xenophagia”

Simply phenomenal death metal that sounds like sort of a fusion of The Black Dahlia Murder, Scorned Deity, and ESPECIALLY Fallujah.  Blisteringly intense blast beats, sledgehammer-heavy breaks, and a veritable cornucopia of “Harvest Wombs”-era Fallujah-esque riffs…and that’s just to get your ears interested.  Buried beneath the shred, the soaring solos, the brutal breakdowns, and the variegated vokills, the listener will find a deeply disturbed – almost black metal – morose, barely-concealed evil lurking.  Every time I listen to this EP I’m finding something new, and I’m sure you will too.  Fans of death metal rejoice!  Spend the $5 it costs to purchase Boreworm’s “Black Path” EP – they’re trying to fund a new full length, so it’s MORE than worth it!

PS:  If you don’t believe me, check out Connor’s outstanding 10/10 review from The New Transcendence HERE.

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