Sweden’s Carnosus will launch their sophomore album, Visions Of Infinihility, on February 10. A visualizer for the only, “In Debt To Oblivion”, could be discovered under.
Visions Of Infinihility, is an idea album set inside the identical dystopian universe as their earlier full size. Lyrically, the album is centred round a tyrannical reign with the aim of repopulating the world with a cadaverine-like race. Musically, the brand new album mixes in a more experienced sound into the band’s stylistic mix however listeners can nonetheless anticipate bulging chugs and blast beats. The vocals are constructed upon a strong basis of growls and shrieks but in addition comprise nice selection as they draw from a big bouquet of steel genres.
The guitars, bass, and vocals have been delivered to life beneath the supervision of producer Robert Kukla, who captured the band’s musical selection. Kukla additionally dealt with the combination/mastering and drum-recording at Obsidian Recording Studios/Studio Fredman in Gothenburg, Sweden. The quilt artwork that compliments the music was painted by Timon Kokott.
“Fortress Of Grief”
“Fermenting Blastospheres Of Future Putridity”
“In Debt To Oblivion”
“Devourer Of Mild”
“Procession Of Melancholy”
“In direction of Infinihilistic Purity”
“Amongst Worms It Was Whispered”
“In Debt To Oblivion” visualizer:
Jonatan Karasiak – vocals / lyrics
Rickard Persson – guitars
Marcus Jokela Nyström – guitars
Marcus Strindlund – bass
Jacob Hedner – drums
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