Ramlord are a Sludge/Crust/Grind/Doom/Black Metal band from New Hampshire, USA
The members are
Jan - usurper tongue and nihil resonance 6(66)
Ben - Blastphemous degradation of the human spirit
Mike - Low souled grinder of the underbelly
Ramlord are quite frankly a brilliant and disturbing Sludge/Crust/Doom/Grind/Black Metal band that are very hard to categorize.
Their amazing new album - Crippled Minds, Sundered Wisdom - is the perfect balance of sludge based torture mixed with brutal based vocals and riffs.
This is what extreme metal music is all about. Shaking the listener's emotions to the very core with it's unflinching portrayal of life and death. Ramlord will make you feel disgusted with yourself. Good and bad. It never lets up from the very first track - Nihil Fucking Lifeblood. It's a track that easily takes over your entire being and it will freak you the fuck out from start to finish.
I am still recovering from the pummelling riffs on show. Ramlord have an album that will scare the most hardened of souls. Their music is damn right terrifying at times especially on Weakness, Cancers Of Progress and the 8 minute scary and fucked-up brilliance of Extinction Of Clairvoyance (Part Two).
If you want more description of this great album then check out the brutal and eerie album cover. That is what your going to get on this bleak masterpiece. It's uncompromising, unflinching in it's brutality but overall that it's one of the genres most original releases I have hard for some time.
Kudos to Hypaethral Records for signing this great band and releasing this album on Vinyl. Only 100 copies will be released on White Vinyl. But they are giving this away on BandCamp Pay Now Deal.
Believe me you can't pass this album up on any format. It's fucking amazing. End Of.
Ramlord are going to be one of the most important bands to come from the Sludge/Crust/Doom/Black Metal scene in the years to come.
Excellent and Highly Recommended.
Check This Great Band From The Links Below
Hypaethral Records BandCamp - where you can buy/download album.