Emerging from their Rocky Mountain crypts, OF FEATHER AND BONE spread their virulent strain of cryptic death metal on Bestial Hymns of Perversion, due March 9, 2018 on Profound Lore Records.
Bassist/vocalist AS and Guitarist/vocalist DG herald the endtimes with a dual guttural onslaught atop an everflowing stream of grime-caked riffs and PW’s whirlwind of blasts and d-beats. Invoking the claustrophobia of Autopsy and the visceral disgust of Incantation and Bolt Thrower, OF FEATHER AND BONE’s relentless death assault serves as the soundtrack to mankind’s fall.
After garnering substantial praise for their long sold-out 2016 demo, OF FEATHER AND BONE returned to Goldberg Studios during the summer of 2017 with Steve Goldberg (Cephalic Carnage) at the helm. Mastered by Dan Lowndes at Resonance Sound and featuring stunning cover art courtesy of Stefan Todorovic, Bestial Hymns of Perversion’s seven tracks of unrelenting death metal portend the destruction of the modern age.
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This purchase is the result of my old computer dying and me not properly backing up files... I'm buying one of the best albums of last decade again for the 4th time. 1st download lost, CD played until skips, vinyl came without a download code. Fuck it... if any album is worth buying multiple times across various formats - this one is. bcb723
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Dank, cavernous, maddening, like staring into the gaping maw of an endless void. Tomb Mold have crafted another masterpiece of OSDM that simply must be heard. Between this and Blood Incantation, 2019 was an insane year for death metal. Crippling intensity. hatepolice
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21st century death metal has a tough job getting "the hook" right. Brutality, technicality: there is no secret formula to that first 60 seconds but "immediate" is one tack the bold employ, and cratsmen as skilled as BI reap rewards with it. An absolute masterclass in how to deliver a debut full-length, _Starspawn_ stands among maybe half a dozen DM records that offer the same what-the-fuck-is-this? feeling that _Altars of Madness_ had upon its releease 30 years ago. Paul Schwarz