De Masticatione Mortuorum In Tumulis

by ÆVANGELIST

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Daniel
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Daniel I can't describe this album. Its just sinister. Favorite track: Pendulum.
Moody Tuner
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Moody Tuner Embalmer Jams? Meditations in misery? Aural serial killers? Bardo waiting room music? Inverted Schumann resonances? Sound track to a black hole (that your soul is siphoned through)? Dark art for sure that will give your goosebumps, goosebumps. If you let someone else hear you play this album they may think you've lost your mind and maybe you have. Favorite track: Hierophant Disposal Facility.
Ippocalyptica
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Ippocalyptica Aevangelist makes the most consistently disturbing metal that I have ever heard, and this is probably my first or second favourite album from the maniacal Matron Thorn. If I had to label this album, I would call it atmospheric avant-garde blackened death metal, but it really defies simple classification. It would be best to consider this the official soundtrack of your most horrific nightmares. Dissonant, ugly, and massively imposing, this is a very ambitious work that can be difficult to listen to in one sitting, but if you survive it, you will be much stronger for it. Favorite track: Anno Mortii ::: Gnostic Transcendental Heresy.
Kvasir Alu Partridge
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Kvasir Alu Partridge This isn't a record... IT"S AN ENVIRONMENT!
Michael Hojjatie
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Michael Hojjatie Horrifying and nightmarish death metal that will appeal to fans of Portal without thinking twice about it. Favorite track: Pendulum.
Dean Vincent
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Dean Vincent Evil in a can. That's what this is. This isn't just scary like a poorly made up clown shouting "BOO!" at children. This is disturbing like if aforementioned clown served up roasted domestic pets at a birthday party for your 5 year old. Baffling at times yet interesting throughout, this is crudely endearing from start to finish. Favorite track: Pendulum.
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Born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and lead by Matron Thorn and Ascaris (both active under the black metal insignias of Benighted In Sodom), ÆVANGELIST play dark death metal to end all death metal. Like in a terrifying exorcism, the duo has extracted the very essence of the genre out of its carcass, showing it in all its putridity and disgust through the asphyxiating sounds and the growling choirs of the debut album "De Masticatione Mortuorum In Tumulis".

There's a disturbing and totally hallucinating atmosphere haunting their songs; something that assaults and violates the senses, and that works on the subconscious in subliminal, occult ways.
Comparable perhaps to Portal, Mitochondrion, Vasaeleth and even late Blut Aus Nord, ÆVANGELIST ride on majestic black wings, dispensing chaos, darkness and fever like rotten hosts with which to feed countless agonizing souls. You won't find anything pleasant in this dark epiphany. No melodies, no nice hooks, no frills. Just ugliness and utter despair; the tortured screams of those who already inhaled the nauseating, unbereable stench of death while waiting for the horrendous vacuum of non-existence that lays beyond...

"WE ARE ÆVANGELIST, THE PROPHETIC ART OF THE ULTIMATE OBLIVION OF THE UNIVERSE, HERALDS OF AN APOCALYPTIC DEATH THEOCRACY. LOOK UPON THE SETTING SUN AND DESPAIR."

Coven of ÆVANGELIST:

ASCARIS ::: Hideous Spirit Voice
MATRON ::: Abyss Melodies

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released October 16, 2012

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