EXCLUSIVE FULL-ALBUM STREAM: INVERLOCH’S DUSK/SUBSIDE
Fans have been clamoring for a reunion of doom lords diSEMBOWELMENT pretty much since the band called it quits immediately following the release of their only album, 1993’s Transcendence Into the Peripheral. Inverloch, a new project featuring two members of diSEMBOWELMENT (namely guitarist Matthew Skarajew and drummer Paul Mazziotta), may not quite mark the return of that legendary Australian outfit, but to call it “the next best thing” is, frankly, demeaning. Inverloch’s debut album, Dusk/Subside, is so good that even if the diSEMBOWELMENT connection is what initially lures you in, the fact that the band has made something so supremely and deliciously EVIL sounding should make you stay — and respect this band as its own thing, different-but-equal to diSEMBOWELMENT.
But, hey, don’t take our word for it — MetalSucks is proud to be streaming Dusk/Subside, in its entirety, below, in advance of its release on April 10. Headbang (very, very slowly) below, and once you’ve experience Inverloch in all their shadowy glory, pre-order the album here (we think the limited edition vinyl with a killer etching on the b-side is especially sweet). And don’t forget to follow Inverloch on Facebook to stay up-to-date on all their movements, too.
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