Representing the final embodiment of DISEMBOWELMENT and featuring half of the aforementioned legendary group, listen to INVERLOCH's EP ‘Dusk I Subside’ here (BandCamp) or below, courtesy Relapse Records. Melbourne, Australia's INVERLOCH will release their debut recording on April 10th, 2012 in the U.S., on April 13th, 2012 in Germany and Benelux and on April 16th, 2012 in the rest of the world. Get your own copy of ‘Dusk I Subside’ here, through Relapse Records.
“ ‘Dusk I Subside’ is nothing short of epic, featuring the slow atmosphereics mixed with bursts of pounding blast beats that erupt out of tranquil soundscapes that diSEMBOWELMENT first trademarked in the early 1990s. Percussion blasts, riffs buzz and vocals grunt overtop huge reverb drenched guitar melodies that fall like black rain, a metallic pummel that stumbles towards a seasick lumber, that turns the whole record into a crawling, lurching, plodding and downtuned dirge, that is one of the most powerful and beautiful pieces of crust/death/doom to come forth through stereo speakers in years,” [affirms the press release]
INVERLOCH: Dusk I Subside
“I think we’re all pretty well resigned to that notion of comparison - it may be fundamentally pointless but I suppose that is human nature,” [commented guitarist Matt Skarajew resignedly in an interview] “I’m not bothered by it on my account - Ideally I’d prefer the other band members to have the opportunity to make their own mark - and perhaps in time they will. This is really just a smattering of music though, nothing grandiose in our eyes. If people buy into the publicity that gets attached to the release then that’s their responsibility, not ours. Currently much of the press seems to be very focused on our links to the past and we have no control over that - so hopefully in time that will diminish somewhat. We’ll see.” [Read the rest of the interview here (Brooklyn Vegan)]
INVERLOCH features: Matthew Skarajew - guitar, Paul Mazziotta - drums, Ben James – vocals, Mark Cullen – guitar and Tony Bryant – bass