This is the follow up to 2018’s brutal Bestial Hymns of Perversion. Of Feather and Bone’s newest album digs deep into the past to produce a grim treasure trove of primal deathly delights.
For the times when you want a hit of grim and nasty brutality, then you can do a lot worse than Sulphuric Disintegration. This is an album filled with 30 minutes of ugly growls, raw blasting harshness, crushing mid-paced horror, and belligerent attitude. The band’s general approach is one of old-school death metal mixed some equally old-school grindcore/hardcore. This is then vomited forth with a bleakly nasty bestial war metal-style approach to delivery that may emphasise scathing aggression, but also dishes out malevolent atmosphere on occasion.
There are six punishing tracks on Sulphuric Disintegration, each one a devastating punch to the entrails. These morbid songs are deadly on first encounter, but somehow become even more lethal on repeat exposure. The band’s ferocious music sounds dangerous, and makes for an utterly monstrous release. This is the sound of evil intensity, of bestial crust-driven grinding death metal at its most foul.
This is crushing death metal of the nastiest calibre. If you’re a fan of malignant old-school death metal then this should definitely be on your list of albums to get slaughtered by.