Drifting, unmanned spacecraft - flooded.
It seeps through the panels and drips to the floor, collecting in puddles.
Streamlined psychic sludge (amber crystallic)
An odor of obstinate rank
Preceding the soaking of flesh encased
Enfossilized, interred in syrupy viscose, leaking
“In nightmares I exist in real time ingesting and stewing your fluids.
You will find your screams feel different as gurgles.”
“I can see through this cocoon
It burns like it’s made of magma
As it soaks into my pores, symbiotic squeezing sensory.
I can see through this ooze ocean
As it breathes in between molecules
Eating away at my insides, absorbed.”
Uninvited parasitic strain
Overnight infecting brains
Expanding to airs capacity
In lungs like an iron mould
Vacant explorer on an unraveling course
Hulking steel cosmic tomb
Unnavigated, unmanned computer with no fuel
supported by 352 fans who also own “Infrared Horizon”
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
supported by 291 fans who also own “Infrared Horizon”
This album has that feeling the walls are closing on you. No whisper or scream can penetrate them. You along will experience death and man that is so amazing! The death metal elements are what I love, heavy tone and vocals that really resonate with helplessness. I wish I knew of this band earlier. This album def made me a fan and appreciate bands that are breaking the mold of typical extreme metal approach. infernopanda1349