11 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their 10th album, Incantation push their doom-worship style up front. “Visceral Hexahedron” is a neo-Sabbath dirge thick with atmosphere, punctuated by John McEntee’s grizzly hacking and a few blastbeat spasms toward the end, while “Ancients Arise” roars like a bulldozer struggling to escape a muddy sinkhole. But the mighty band are ultimately death-metalheads, and as “Lus Sepulcri” proves, they’re experts at laying down dense, suffocating rhythms capable of fracturing continental plates.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their 10th album, Incantation push their doom-worship style up front. “Visceral Hexahedron” is a neo-Sabbath dirge thick with atmosphere, punctuated by John McEntee’s grizzly hacking and a few blastbeat spasms toward the end, while “Ancients Arise” roars like a bulldozer struggling to escape a muddy sinkhole. But the mighty band are ultimately death-metalheads, and as “Lus Sepulcri” proves, they’re experts at laying down dense, suffocating rhythms capable of fracturing continental plates.

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