Absolutely stunning pummelling death/grind metal that takes you on a scary ride. Baring Teeth really crush the listener with all intent, I can hear a bit of Converge, Dillinger and Voivod in this remarkable record.
Favorite track: Visitant.
ridiculously awesome and awesomely ridiculous. perfect brain food. ... though I wish it wasn't squished with limiter so hard.. but anyways, really looking forward for next record! :D
Favorite track: Mountain.
Heard these guys called "Gorguts for fans of Ulcerate," but that doesn't even come close to describing this record. Supported by excellent production (especially given the genre), blistering technicality and sludgy despair abound to make for a thrilling and genuinely challenging listen.
Favorite track: The Great Unwashed.
Immersive, hypnotic, and haunting, the album melds seemingly opposing characteristics -- streamlined songwriting and dizzying technicality, ambience and brute force, density and angularity, order and chaos -- into a fully realized, cohesive listening experience. Ghost Chorus Among Old Ruins takes the extremes of their debut to new levels while showcasing a singular vision: no compromise, no respite.
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The guitar tone and fullness of the mix is unbearably heavy and punishing. The pulsing nature creates the swarming atmosphere of guilt and despair. One of the best albums I’ve heard in awhile Will Brown
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A little something olde, a little something trve / A lot of something br00tal, and mostly something new / Labyrinth Constellation proves Artificial Brain to be / Probably the most important death metal band of the 21st century. TheKenWord2017
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21st century death metal has a tough job getting "the hook" right. Brutality, technicality: there is no secret formula to that first 60 seconds but "immediate" is one tack the bold employ, and cratsmen as skilled as BI reap rewards with it. An absolute masterclass in how to deliver a debut full-length, _Starspawn_ stands among maybe half a dozen DM records that offer the same what-the-fuck-is-this? feeling that _Altars of Madness_ had upon its releease 30 years ago. Paul Schwarz