Production like Ordo ad Chao, this album sounds evil and raw. Fast and chaotic blackened death metal (like if mayhem covered morbid angel songs) From start to finish it's a great debut and a strong contender for album of the year. jd )))
Utter savagery spewed forth with deadly precision.
This release stands out from earlier work (and others in the genre) in that it sounds much more full and punishing. The tone is refined without sacrificing raw energy.
If you enjoy passing idle time by envisioning yourself as a violent malformed entity ripping through undulating masses of burning flesh and bone - it doesn't get much better than this. Swigen
Mylingar is one of the most unique bands around right now. The music is far more complex and dynamic than a first listen reveals. They’re very different from Esoctrilihum, but similar in terrifying effect. Metallurgical Fire