Cryptworm may be a new name to some, but those whom have listened to their swampy brand of filth-ridden Death Metal will know of it's excellence. Now we have something new and even more disgusting in the form of "Reeking Gunk Abhorrence", a mini-album that truly conjures a foul sewer-dwelling stench with meaty, blundering riffs, stomping drums and puked vocals to make a slaughtering blend of old school Death Metal which shall have slime running from your eye sockets in just over twenty minutes. Each of the four tracks delves into a dungeon of horrors that pummels out grotesque Death Metal putridity with vitriol and a precise lumbering blend of swampy instrumentals and gurgled vocals that within the murky mix of the MLP sounds utterly disgusting. This is a wretched, moldy slab of filthy riff-craft and stampeding excellence which devours all in it's path and leaves a fetid trail of molten bones in it's wake. A grotesque journey into malignant, barbaric and subterranean musical extremity that is only suitable for those who can withstand the might of utterly punishing, relentless abhorrence from the crypts of the British underground. Be prepared, for once you spin this ichorous tome, there is no sending back whatever vomitous creatures spew out from your speakers.
Cryptworm may be a new name to some, but those whom have listened to their swampy brand of filth-ridden Death Metal will know of it's excellence. Now we have something new and even more disgusting in the form of "Reeking Gunk Abhorrence", a mini-album that truly conjures a foul sewer-dwelling stench with meaty, blundering riffs, stomping drums and puked vocals to make a slaughtering blend of old school Death Metal which shall have slime running from your eye sockets in just over twenty minutes. Each of the four tracks delves into a dungeon of horrors that pummels out grotesque Death Metal putridity with vitriol and a precise lumbering blend of swampy instrumentals and gurgled vocals that within the murky mix of the MLP sounds utterly disgusting. This is a wretched, moldy slab of filthy riff-craft and stampeding excellence which devours all in it's path and leaves a fetid trail of molten bones in it's wake. A grotesque journey into malignant, barbaric and subterranean musical extremity that is only suitable for those who can withstand the might of utterly punishing, relentless abhorrence from the crypts of the British underground. Be prepared, for once you spin this ichorous tome, there is no sending back whatever vomitous creatures spew out from your speakers.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 10/02/2020
UPC: 5056321631800

Reeking Gunk Of Abhorrence (Uk)
Artist: Cryptworm
Format: Vinyl
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Cryptworm may be a new name to some, but those whom have listened to their swampy brand of filth-ridden Death Metal will know of it's excellence. Now we have something new and even more disgusting in the form of "Reeking Gunk Abhorrence", a mini-album that truly conjures a foul sewer-dwelling stench with meaty, blundering riffs, stomping drums and puked vocals to make a slaughtering blend of old school Death Metal which shall have slime running from your eye sockets in just over twenty minutes. Each of the four tracks delves into a dungeon of horrors that pummels out grotesque Death Metal putridity with vitriol and a precise lumbering blend of swampy instrumentals and gurgled vocals that within the murky mix of the MLP sounds utterly disgusting. This is a wretched, moldy slab of filthy riff-craft and stampeding excellence which devours all in it's path and leaves a fetid trail of molten bones in it's wake. A grotesque journey into malignant, barbaric and subterranean musical extremity that is only suitable for those who can withstand the might of utterly punishing, relentless abhorrence from the crypts of the British underground. Be prepared, for once you spin this ichorous tome, there is no sending back whatever vomitous creatures spew out from your speakers.

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