The new MCD "Infamy Divine" contains 5 brand new tracks + outro.
On Infamy Divine, Slovakian PERVERSITY continue their unconsecrated path, set on Beyond The Reach Of Heaven (2008) album, and further elaborate their own kind of subterranean Death Metal brutality. Infamy Divine displays band's most cohesive and articulate material to date. It's blistering and heavy, dismal and ravaging, with a twist of challenging metallic complexity to it all.
The production came out as sombre yet clear and organic, only kick drums have been triggered (if you ask). This means Infamy Divine is continually getting under the skin, growing into the listener like proper extreme Death Metal record, which has some depth and character in it, should.
Expect pure, subterranean Death Metal blasphemy.
Physical version comes as a glossy laminated digisleeve.
Juraj Handzus - vocals
Jozef Kosc - guitars, backing voices
Slavomir Koval - bass
Peter Jakubik - drums
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