Sacreligious chaos and fire will lurk behind the shadows no more, as Swedish divine-desecrators NIDSANG ascends once again in celebration of conquering the blaspheme-throne with "Into The Womb Of Dissolving Flames".
Seven years after the debut album, "Into The Womb Of Dissolving Flames" sets the amorphous mood into a grandiose of satanic communion and inferno blazestorm!
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Having a hard time clicking that 'Buy' button and supporting Oraculum? Rest easy. You've come to the right place for incredible death metal from Chile. Think Bolt Thrower with Spanish fervour. Matthew Toye
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We might feel like we have been here before many times in recent years, but Ritual Chamber’s take on cave-dwelling death metal really does feel different than obvious points of comparison in Disma, Grave Miasma, and Incantation. Other albums may sound haunting and oppressive, but The Pits of Tentacled Screams actually sounds evil. Atmosphere aside, the riffs here are absolutely devastating and vital, with not a wasted second to be found. How nice would it be to have new Ritual Chamber in 2020? Ippocalyptica