Living Tomb is a death metal album that does really well to pair the music with the album title/art with a dirty, ominous atmosphere but in the end the album doesn't break away from the competition in terms of song composition, memorable riffs or vocals. The riffs are hit or miss. The intro to 'Corrosive Hallucinations' is just awesome but on the whole Ossuarium seem to wander a lot and there aren't a lot of long stretches of great riffs. This also links into the composition and flow of the tracks. There are the ebbs and flows of energy but the transitions between riffs are rarely hair-raising or ones that make you wanna get up and move. There are a lot of good sections but only a few truly great segments on this album. That being said, reading about what an Ossuarium is and looking at the cover art while listening really dredges up some great imagery and the muddy, eerie production fits the narrative and tomb imagery. Nice for a few spins but nothing all that addicting or replayable.