Standard black vinyl or limited silver vinyl with a non-standard black splatter, housed in a matte laminated sleeve with gloss UV print and black flood inside the pocket, matte insert with gloss uv print, download card, sticker.
Debut s/t Decoherence 7" available from Midheaven, or Season of Mist:
After unleashing their soul-consuming debut self-titled 7"EP via Sentient Ruin earlier in 2019, multinational industrial atmospheric black metal entity Decoherence finally return with their highly anticipated debut full-length album "Ekpyrosis", unravelling tenfold the darkness and sonic enormity of their debut 7" and leaving the listener helpless to decay before a massive sonic singularity as they manipulate dark matter and eviscerate darkness to open a passageway to a realm beyond. In a manner not dissimilar to the territory already tread by pillars of the genre like Blut Aus Nord and Darkspace, on "Ekpyrosis" Decoherence juxtapose cold martial industrial drum patterns with surreal and disorienting electronic noise soundscapes and walls of mangled, angular, and dissonant guitars to create a monstrous alien landscape and transport the listener to an otherworldly dimension, deep into the darkest and most remote and inhospitable corners of the cosmos, where dark forces of unfathomable destructiveness and cataclysms of unimaginable magnitude dominate an inhuman realm devoid of any light or warmth. An obsidian monolith of sidereal terror and hallucinating claustrophobia, "Ekpyrosis" is a sonic event horizon where concepts like coldness, emptiness, vastness, and nothingness obtain an entirely new meaning and are taken to an incomprehensible extreme to instate into the listener a feeling of widespread fear, complete loss of self, and of permanent and consuming dissolution.
One of the best death metal albums I've ever heard. This LP combines elements of old school death metal with prog and experimental metal to create a truly unique sound. There is a noticable level of technicality in the composition, however not to a degree that detracts from the melody of the sound. The attack is consistent in it's brutality, but isn't in a mind numbing, grindy sprint and has no qualms with lowering the pace while maintaining aggression. This is album needs to be on your radar. camelhouse7