Sedimentum are a death metal band from Canada and this is their debut album.
Featuring a guitarist from Outre-Tombe, Suppuration Morphogénésiaque contains 39 minutes of filthy death metal. Sedimentum have a sound that’s dense and unforgiving. The band’s music is ugly and rotten, but underneath the surface it is well-crafted and delivered.
Suppuration Morphogénésiaque is brutal and harsh, but is mainly concerned with creating grim macabre atmosphere rather than unleashing brutality for the sake of it. The songs are steeped in the old-school and benefit from doom’s crushing influence. The songs consume this and regurgitate it into malignant death/doom that is both sinister and ferocious.
A selection of choice riffs and key understated melodic highlights and solos help to hold the listener’s attention. There are dark, dank hooks to be found here, despite the underground presentation of this platter of filth. The band’s mood-based approach to the material works well, but doesn’t prevent the songs from having plenty of face smashing and head-splitting moments.
Raw, nasty, and unapologetically dirty, Suppuration Morphogénésiaque is a terrifying and malign collection of inhuman death metal songs. If you are in the market for the sort of disgusting, repulsive old-school death metal that will make you feel sick to your very core while skinning you alive, then look no further than Suppuration Morphogénésiaque. Sedimentum have birthed a monster of a record.
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