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Release date: 14 April 2014
Style: Death metal

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01. Verboten Genesis
02. Venality In Worship
03. Sentient Aberrations
04. Despair
05. Inservitude Of Asynchronous Duality
06. Womb Of Acrimony
07. Metastasis
08. Abhorrent Paragon
09. Blight

Review


Line-up
Ignis Fatuus - guitars, vocals
Brad "Omenous Fugue" Lee-Leong - guitars
Necros Craigos - drums
Typhon - bass

Staff review by
Mr. Doctor

Rating:
8.6
For all seasoned members of our beloved death metal cult, shock value isn't a thing anymore. The walls of sound are hardly impenetrable and all the pieces fall into place with ease. Our attraction towards more extreme and intricate metal is fueled by our desire to go back to that time where chaos was the norm and order was our goal. Yes, my comrades, despite what others might say: there is order in this maelstrom of visceral riffs, disturbing drumming and monstrous vocals.

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published 22.04.2014 | Comments (8)

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mz - 08.02.2014 at 18:51  
Rating: 9 Bring it on.
Góral - 08.02.2014 at 19:13  
Rating: 7 Gladness and hope for one of the greatest stuff this spring.


Lit. - 08.02.2014 at 19:34  
  Looking at that title: I'm beginning to wonder if people are just throwing about random words to sound cool.
!J.O.O.E.! - 08.02.2014 at 19:43  
Rating: 8
Written by Lit. on 08.02.2014 at 19:34

Looking at that title: I'm beginning to wonder if people are just throwing about random words to sound cool.

Looks almost like a dig at BaN's Thematic Emanation of Archetypal Multiplicity.
Cynic Metalhead - 08.02.2014 at 21:09  
 
Written by Lit. on 08.02.2014 at 19:34

Looking at that title: I'm beginning to wonder if people are just throwing about random words to sound cool.


What to say about this?

O, Elegiac Purulent Purtenance, O Sepulchral Longevous Billows...

Courtesy: Grieving Age's Merely The Fleshless We And The Awed Obsequy.
Góral - 08.02.2014 at 22:10  
Rating: 7
Written by Cynic Metalhead on 08.02.2014 at 21:09

What to say about this?

O, Elegiac Purulent Purtenance, O Sepulchral Longevous Billows...

Courtesy: Grieving Age's Merely The Fleshless We And The Awed Obsequy.

This is untranslatable. Anyway, in the languages I ​​know.
Pazdzioch - 17.02.2014 at 18:59  
  New track:

Troy Killjoy - 17.02.2014 at 20:06  
  That was nice.
MechanisT - 18.02.2014 at 00:18  
  Yessir. Looks like another good year in the making herr.
Góral - 18.02.2014 at 01:33  
Rating: 7 Intense. Thx Pazdzioch.
Vombatus - 18.02.2014 at 02:50  
  Always said to myself I had to check this band but never did. That song is rad. Must listen moar of these guys.
Mr. Doctor - 18.02.2014 at 08:04  
  Danm that was monstrous. Loved it.
!J.O.O.E.! - 18.02.2014 at 13:43  
Rating: 8 That was nice. [2]
mz - 27.02.2014 at 23:36  
Rating: 9 That was nice. [3]
Lit. - 28.02.2014 at 00:01  
  That was nice.
mz - 14.04.2014 at 00:39  
Rating: 9 Anyone heard it yet?
Troy Killjoy - 14.04.2014 at 01:41  
  I wish.
mz - 14.04.2014 at 10:30  
Rating: 9 On bandcamp .
Troy Killjoy - 14.04.2014 at 10:35  
  Cheers, will definitely set time aside for that once I'm home from work.
mz - 14.04.2014 at 11:28  
Rating: 9 Just finished listening to it for the first time. It's too chaotic to be judged just by one spin but I definitely can say that I'm really satisfied. This album is much less one dimensional than their (great) debut. Huge improvement in the songwriting had happened as there is enough variety included here. I personally did not expect IR to be an evolving band, but this had taken place. Moreover, two lengthy tracks included are, with great buildup and progression. For a long time, I wondered what would happen if the chaotic and dark version of death metal offered by bands like portal/ IR got doomy and this album is the closest thing to the answer of this question I've faced. Final track is one of the creepiest thing I've ever heard and such a prefect closer.
Candidate for album of the year right here. This is exactly how I like the my death metal.
!J.O.O.E.! - 14.04.2014 at 13:03  
Rating: 8 What mz said. Probably the best thing to come from Impetuous Ritual or Portal since Outre'. At times it reminds me of Blut aus Nord's 'Liber' records.
Alex Fenger - 14.04.2014 at 15:40  
Rating: 8 This is really damn good.
Pazdzioch - 14.04.2014 at 18:31  
 
Written by mz on 14.04.2014 at 10:30

On bandcamp .

For the first time you're useful, dude
mz - 14.04.2014 at 20:28  
Rating: 9
Written by Pazdzioch on 14.04.2014 at 18:31

For the first time you're useful, dude

Cheers
Lit. - 14.04.2014 at 21:53  
  That scream in the middle of Inservitude.

*shivers*
Mr. Doctor - 14.04.2014 at 21:53  
  Gonna listen to this asap and get finally start reviewing again. By the comments this seems like a good way to re-start my writing.
Alex Fenger - 15.04.2014 at 00:18  
Rating: 8 I'm with Joe in saying that, aside from Outre' (and possible Swarth), this is the best thing from Portal/Impetuous Ritual. My only real complaint would be that some of the guitar lines sound slightly misplaced (such as the mini guitar solo at the 1:30 mark in the second track)
Uldreth - 15.04.2014 at 00:20  
  I srsly need to listen to this.

Loved the debut, which is weird casue I am generally not a fan of crypt death metal, though lately I've been getting into Ulcerate and Flourishing.
mz - 15.04.2014 at 20:26  
Rating: 9
Written by Uldreth on 15.04.2014 at 00:20


Loved the debut, which is weird casue I am generally not a fan of crypt death metal, though lately I've been getting into Ulcerate and Flourishing.

But I wouldn't call ulcerate or flourishing cryptic dm to be honest and their approach to songwriting and production is very different from cryptic bands.
Uldreth - 15.04.2014 at 23:09  
 
Written by mz on 15.04.2014 at 20:26

Written by Uldreth on 15.04.2014 at 00:20


Loved the debut, which is weird casue I am generally not a fan of crypt death metal, though lately I've been getting into Ulcerate and Flourishing.

But I wouldn't call ulcerate or flourishing cryptic dm to be honest and their approach to songwriting and production is very different from cryptic bands.

This sortof was a shorter although more incorrect way of expressing myself, it is true that Impetuous Ritual has a more "crypt" atmosphere than the two I mentioned but this doubles as both "crypt" dm and post-dm. I guess I used the term quite wrong here .
Diverge - 16.04.2014 at 14:39  
Rating: 9 I definitely need to check this one out.
R'Vannith - 16.04.2014 at 15:21  
  I feel obligated to check this out, but I probably won't. Can't stand this Portal-y stuff for the life of me.
Diverge - 17.04.2014 at 03:22  
Rating: 9 This is absolutely a contender for album of the year.
Chobo_jokeR - 18.04.2014 at 02:39  
Rating: 9
Written by R'Vannith on 16.04.2014 at 15:21

I feel obligated to check this out, but I probably won't. Can't stand this Portal-y stuff for the life of me.


I still recommend checking it out. There are lots of cool guitar solos that come flying in out of the blue in the first 3 tracks or so. It is a rather interesting listen. The first 3 songs are quite a bit different than the rest of the album. The pace changes with the 4th song, and then the finale is quite diabolical as well.

You may not enjoy it, but I'd say it's worth taking the time.
R'Vannith - 18.04.2014 at 04:19  
 
Written by Chobo_jokeR on 18.04.2014 at 02:39

Written by R'Vannith on 16.04.2014 at 15:21

I feel obligated to check this out, but I probably won't. Can't stand this Portal-y stuff for the life of me.


I still recommend checking it out. There are lots of cool guitar solos that come flying in out of the blue in the first 3 tracks or so. It is a rather interesting listen. The first 3 songs are quite a bit different than the rest of the album. The pace changes with the 4th song, and then the finale is quite diabolical as well.

You may not enjoy it, but I'd say it's worth taking the time.


I will give it a try then.
Chobo_jokeR - 10.05.2014 at 02:36  
Rating: 9
Written by R'Vannith on 18.04.2014 at 04:19


I will give it a try then.


So did you end up liking it?
R'Vannith - 10.05.2014 at 06:24  
 
Written by Chobo_jokeR on 10.05.2014 at 02:36

Written by R'Vannith on 18.04.2014 at 04:19


I will give it a try then.


So did you end up liking it?


A fair bit more than I did Portal, at least. It seems like something I can appreciate more. I've only tackled it once though, I'll have to see if I can unearth anything further out of it from repeated listens.
Ag Fox - 11.05.2014 at 15:22  
Rating: 8 It's a black mass that just keeps pushing in the most unrelenting manner

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