Absolutely, positively, thoroughly, unrelentingly, and unapologetically furious from start to finish. No filler, no fluff, just plain war metal destruction.
Favorite track: Torture Siddhi.
BLOOD HARVEST RECORDS and HELTER SKELTER PRODUCTIONS are proud to present GOAT DISCIPLE's striking debut EP, Wolfcult Domination, on CD, MC and 12" vinyl formats.
The CD & MC versions shall be released on June 15th while the vinyl version will follow later on July 14th.
Hailing from Salt Lake City, Utah, GOAT DISCIPLE are a quintet who unapologetically craft WAR METAL. In the strictest sense, their particular style of spurn 'n' churn melds the most barbaric recesses of black metal to the molten muscle of death metal. As such, their four-song Wolfcult Domination is both meat-grinder and rusty tank, surging ever forward with buzzsaw riffing - with the emphasis truly on RIFFS, unlike so much so-called "war metal" - and often dipping into downtempo vortexes that are nothing short of world-eating. Throughout the EP's 24-minute entirety, GOAT DISCIPLE remain locked in, deadly and deliriously, playing with a passion like their lives truly depended on it, imparting an all-too-rare sense of physicality amongst a morass of usually lifeless "aggression" pedaled so much and so callously by the underground. References to be made include godfathers Diocletian but also Angelcorpse at their berserker best and classic Katharsis; nevertheless, on the strength of this opening salvo, GOAT DISCIPLE are surely on their way to marking the battlefield in their own manner. Prepare for Wolfcult Domination!
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Some solid old school Finndeath-doom. Spectral Voice proves that they are fully capable of being handed the torch from the likes of Purtenance, Demigod, Convulse, and the like. I'm sure that Spectral Voice will be a staple death-doom band for years to come. camelhouse7
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Working my way back after picking up Planetary Clairvoyance and this is an excellent LP as well. Crushing, brutal riffage and a tight composition that doesn't lose momentum throughout the ride. A concoction of old school, Finndeath, and American DM that is killer. One of the best DM albums I've heard. Whether or not you're a fan of their newest release, Manor Of Infinite Forms is a must. Buy it. camelhouse7