Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
The truth is NOT out there!
misha2707 | 04/26/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It took me a long time to stumble across this Polish death metal band. It seems like it took longer for it to arrive in the mail. This was an immensely difficult album to find, and the outlet that did have it took over three weeks to ship it. Was it worth the wait?
What we have here is an infintely heavy technical death metal album that immerses its listeners in the vast and endless vacumm of space. I remember reading some time back that "this album with grind you into space dust." That tidbit didn't prove to be far off the mark.
Now, mind, this isn't your typical tech death album. It has a unique sound that uses spacey synths and keyboards blended with uber-punishing death metal sounds. One could say that the sound is almost haunting in nature, if you consider the fathoms of infinity as haunting. There are some crisp guitar leads in here as well as ultra-violent drumming that delivers blast beats at some absurd multiple of light speed, if that is even possible.
The vocals are not quite as gutteral as some of their peers, rivaling the vicious barks heard in Nile's latest work, but they maintain their edge and manage to sound singularly like death metal vocals.
The album art will blow you away. First, this doesn't come in your typical plastic jewel case. The packaging is like noting I have ever seen. It is a cardboard case that opens in four directions. You open four flaps to get to the CD itself, and when you do get there, you find yourself staring at spooky profiles of each band member, one on each flap.
This album contains just eight songs. The shortest is just over 5:00 in length, while they average just around 7:00. This is still a compact album that allows listners a chance to take it all in, but isn't too short to fully enjoy.
If you can find it, I highly recommend this album. This is a dark masterpiece that is every bit as good as, if not better than, Vader's best work. That is saying something. Immerse in Infinity gets 4.9/5 stars."