Grave Miasma's Wrathful Deity

2021-03-07 by Robert Garland STAFF | 20 Comments
Death metal band GRAVE MIASMA has announced the upcoming release of Abyss Of Wrathful Deities.
Decibel Magazine is hosting the exclusive premiere of the video for album track "Rogyapa."

Watch it now at https://www.decibelmagazine.com/2021/03/05/video-premiere-grave-miasma-rogyapa/




Abyss of Wrathful Deities will be out on CD, vinyl, cassette and digital formats through Dark Descent Records (US) and Sepulchral Voice (Europe) on May 14th.

Track Listing:
01. Guardians of Death (05:52)
02. Rogyapa (06:46)
03. Ancestral Waters (06:42)
04. Erudite Decomposition (06:27)
05. Under the Megalith (06:22)
06. Demons of the Sand (06:02)
07. Interlude (01:08)
08. Exhumation Rites (07:17)
09. Kingdoms Beyond Kailash (06:15)

The presser adds excessive hyperbole to coincide with the release stating:

"Abyss Of Wrathful Deities is GRAVE MIASMA’s latest opus after five years of quiescence. Bone-breaking, aggressive and demonic Death Metal pairs with the accomplished and progressive production of Jaime Gomez Arellano (Orgone Studios), forming a sepulchral miasma which elevates the band’s songwriting to a previously unrivaled level.

Developing on the powerful and dark sound pursued on Endless Pilgrimage, the London trio presents nine distinctively enigmatic tracks on death and resurrection, the demons of far-away lands and Tibetan burial rituals. GRAVE MIASMA are both the circling vulture and the epiphany, equally well-versed in the raw and primitive as they are in technical lead guitar orgies. Music not as a means of style, but as an accurately-wielded sharp scythe.

The reverence to South American titans is obvious, yet the band has the approach of merging (de)composition with creativity, creating a contemporary yet absolutely timeless atmosphere."

Tagged: Grave Miasma

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ThyCrossAwaits
March 7th 2021
3574 Comments


Oh hey, didn’t realize you wrote the review for it, but yeah I thoroughly enjoyed Odori Sepulcorum and this single sounds right vicious. This’ll be a good kickoff for the summer, hopefully.

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evilford
March 7th 2021
51378 Comments


Im getting a bad URL error on that link...

ThyCrossAwaits
March 7th 2021
3574 Comments


I did too which is weird, because if you copy-paste it it works.

evilford
March 7th 2021
51378 Comments


Oh sweet thanks

evilford
March 7th 2021
51378 Comments


Hype

Voivod
Staff Reviewer
March 7th 2021
9100 Comments


Great news!

The Decibel Magazine link on the article does not open, it opens only upon copied and pasted to the browser.

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Nocte
Staff Reviewer
March 7th 2021
13993 Comments


I'll have a look at it, goddamn hyperlinks.

edit: even if the link stays dodge I went and yoinked the youtube embed.

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bigguytoo9
March 7th 2021
996 Comments


One of the best tracks of 2021 so far.

Deathconscious
March 7th 2021
26151 Comments


Band is super solid, this will be good.

JayEnder
March 7th 2021
9644 Comments


Coolest album title ever.

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Azog
March 7th 2021
443 Comments


Looks like 2021 is becoming a pretty good year for metal.

ShadowRemains
March 7th 2021
26315 Comments


oh shit, this will rule

deathofasalesman
March 8th 2021
7303 Comments


Realized half-way through that the snippets were showing a Tibetan sky burial. I looked up rogyapa and this came up:

"The work of disassembling of the body may be done by a monk, or, more commonly, by rogyapas ("body-breakers").

All the eyewitness accounts remarked on the fact that the rogyapas did not perform their task with gravity or ceremony, but rather talked and laughed as during any other type of physical labor. According to Buddhist teaching, this makes it easier for the soul of the deceased to move on from the uncertain plane between life and death onto the next life."

Fucking brutal.

ShadowRemains
March 9th 2021
26315 Comments


confirming that this track slays hard

Quietview
March 9th 2021
30 Comments


I listened to all of Grave Miasma yesterday after putting this track on. Killer band. After one complete listen through all of their songs, this song stands out, which is a good sign.

bloc
March 9th 2021
65261 Comments


This shit sounded straight up cavernous

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evilford
March 10th 2021
51378 Comments


God we have to wait til may for this??? Fuk

Evok
Contributing Reviewer
March 11th 2021
8378 Comments


Fuck me this slaps tits.

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Nocte
Staff Reviewer
March 11th 2021
13993 Comments


But do they slap back?

Muzz79
March 17th 2021
311 Comments


That vid reminds me of seeing Destroyer 666 in a pub in the late 90’s. Same sick aesthetics

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