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Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album
You can also pick up a 4x CD-bundle at a reduced price through our web-shop, including the following titles: SHAMBLES - Primitive Death Trance MCD VOIDCEREMONY - Foul Origins Of Humanity MCD ZIGGURAT - Ritual Miasma MCD HAR - Visitation MCD
As part of an onslaught of new short-length assaults, BLOOD HARVEST RECORDS is proud to present SHAMBLES' Primitive Death Trance on digipack CD and 12" vinyl formats.
SHAMBLES hail from Thailand, and formed in 1997. Over the past 20 years, they've undergone an evolution from brutal grindcore to witching black metal to doomed-out death metal. They've accomplished all this across a handful of demos and splits, but at last, in 2016, they delivered their Realm of Darkness Shrine debut album, where the current SHAMBLES aesthetic has been nailed down cold. Indeed, it's as cold as the coffin, for their latest Primitive Death Trance EP delivers four absolutely DEAD tracks of absolutely gutted, doom-retching DEATH. Barbaric and stripped bare and yet subtly spiced with a hypnotic thrust that eventually overwhelms the senses, Primitive Death Trance is aptly fucking titled.
Death, doom, and the beyond: SHAMBLES take you there with their Primitive Death Trance. This recording is a precursor to the band's new album for BLOOD HARVEST, which should see release sometime next year.
MCD (Digipak) to be released a.s.a.p. (Release date & Pre-orders up soon!!)
12"MLP coming later.
supported by 14 fans who also own “Primitive Death Trance”
I score it a 10-9 round for Spectral Voice. They both brought the heat though and scored big blows...I'm impressed. Wish they had a couple tracks each yo. I'll have to peep some more of their shit. Sic artwork.
supported by 11 fans who also own “Primitive Death Trance”
This is a modern, faster, and outstanding interpretation of Incantation’s brand of death metal, full of meaty, dissonant riffs, and bolstered by a powerful and rich production job. A very impressive debut album from a band to be closely watched in the coming years, do not sleep on this. Ippocalyptica