Endemise Has Unchained their Black Souls

endemise_2016Endemise is from the town of The Senators NHL Hockey team, Ottawa- a land of ice and snow. Here the coldest weather brings out the darkness from the guys of Endemise, a blackened Death symphonic metal. We would add another label but then we would be called elitists, we do not want that now do we? Their most recent attempt to add morbid hymns to the metal world was unleashed on October 28th, it is a maelstrom of melodic riffs and orchestrations from beyond darkness. The opening track to their album Anathema is titled “Nocturne” and it is the canvas for the rest of the dark picture depicted by this band. If you are a fan of bands like Empyrean Throne, Dimmu Borgir, and Fleshgod Apocalypse this is the right melodic blackened death metal band you want to listen to. The vocals are excruciating and the malignant lyrics are executed with such majestic gore it will raise the hairs in your back. The self titled song “Anathema” is a requiem to the darkness we live in and a conjuring of evil and perplexed music notes. At some points you can admire their sound, brutal, with a touch of anger and malignant inquisitions that will leave you in awe.

If you want to get your ears blown away check out track “Fragments in Stone”, it is a savage blackened requiem that will surely make you headbang. The guitars in this track are fast, and the drums are mind blowing. The song is a barrage of darkness, crippling your every limb as you succumb to the infernal flames. Similar sounds have been created in the past by bands like Behemoth in the album Pandemonic Incantations, might be a bold statement but a true one indeed. Now I can go on about the sound of this symphonic blackened death metal band for days, but there is nothing better than checking out the sound on your own. This album was composed by  ENDEMISE guitarist Dale Sauve along with Ken Sorceron (Abigail Williams) and features eight blistering tracks to burst your ear drums.

Check The Video to Anathema

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Check Out this Brutal guitar Playthrough of “Procreator”

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