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This was the most sickeningly heavy thing I had heard back in 2014 and it seems not a whole lot has changed. Seriously seeps into your guts. Effortlessly malevolent.
Also they sound just as good live. Swampy
New Zealand technical death outfit Ulcerate have often been praised for their innovative genre approach—but six albums into their discography, there's even greater strength in their consistency. Bandcamp Album of the Day Dec 20, 2016
supported by 19 fans who also own “Inhuman Grotesqueries”
This is Defeated Sanity's split with themselves. The first half is rough-and-tumble slams; the second half is prog that's like a long-lost Cynic demo. Surprisingly, the formula works, with enjoyably lo-fi production tying it all together. I hope Defeated Sanity incorporate more prog in the future, instead of relegating it to a one-off experiment. fyeahmetal