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Appartus (DE) - Appartus- Review & Info

This albun took be by surprise actually, a dark and moody album ,really dark at times with some rather not so common piano playing at times and other sick elements.
It's death metal we're dealing with even though I would say it's dark metal at times as it's kinda unusual for being a typical death metal album luckily, it hits hard form the very beginning and is quite suitable for a dark,rainy and gloomy day. It's surealy and album that sticks out from the masses and I would recommend fans of dark/death and at times avantgarde metal to check out this one.

If it wasn't for the Wardruna like vocals I'd give it 10/10 luckily that happens only twice for a few seconds.

Keeps you entertained throughout the whole album really and is one of those albums that grows, 'cause it happens to much to get it all at once.
Hell Yeah! This is a perfect for an autumn night or day for that matter at least for us dark twisted minds!

                                                                           8/10

Lavadome Productions has one again unearthed a rare gem in the form of a full-length monument of twisted and grotesque Death Metal Art.   Channeling the power of the Ancients and spreading its nefarious message with wanton disregard for listener safety, the self-titled debut album from Denmark's APPARATUS will be released October 20, 2015 on CD format.

APPARATUS' self-titled album is a staggering piece of grotesque art on which the band employs primordial weaponry in the invasion of multiple musical territories; the result an original, dense, and thoroughly devastating journey into audio horror. The incredibly crushing dynamics of the songs and the flow of the album result in a mind-bending, soul-scarring experience. The deeper one ventures into APPARATUS' macabre realm, the more harrowing and sadistically satisfying the experience. The abyss calls, the mortal world is poisoned, and barbarous energies unleashed; leaving permanent scars, both physical and mental.  Abandon all hope ye who enter here.






Tracklist:

Sermon I
The Unreverberate Blackness of the Abyss
Spheres
R'lyeh
Sermon II
Dissecting Temporal Dimensions to Afflict the Abyssi of Chronos
Miskatonic
King God
Sermon III
Prayer
Arkham




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