Monday 24 October 2016

ALBUM REVIEW: Black Tomb - "Black Tomb"

By: Stiq

Album Type: Full Length
Date Released: 31/10/2016
Label: Graven Earth Records |
Hellas Records

“Black Tomb” CS//DD//LP track listing:

1). Under the Pine
2). Eyes at Midnight
3). Swine
4). Mortuary Rites
5). Draped in Flesh
6). Lust and Saturn
7). Turning Worm
8). Church on the Hill

The Review:

Black Tomb will bring the darkness out of you. Stomping though the muck of an empty soul. A once innocent Doom/Stoner child left rotting in a sludgy old church basement with his warped Electric Wizard records and beaten mercilessly with raw electric power from an old musty amp caked in depravity.
The mind can’t help but get lost in powerful riffs drenched in the fumes of hatred and despair while the fuzz shakes your core and vibrates the cavity causing all vital organs to hit the floor with a splat, while you bang your head against the wall from sheer madness. This is certainly something you’re going to want to listen to very very loud and with little regard to your own mental stability.

Hailing from New England, Black Tomb has brought to the table their debut self titled release just in time for the Halloween season. Now you can keep all the candy for yourself by scaring away all
those pesky trick-or-treaters, while leaving a bad taste in your neighbors mouth.
This album is going to be a staple for your record collection and will be released on double disc vinyl for your listening pleasure soon enough. Until then, feel free to rot what’s left of your already decaying brains by listening to them here

p.s. Drug use is highly recommended while ingesting this noise.

“Black Tomb” is available digitally here and on cassette here

Band info: bandcamp || facebook

FFO: Graves at Sea, Cough, Electric Wizard, Fistula