À Travers Les Lambeaux

by SHEZMU

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deathgrindmacker69
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deathgrindmacker69 Numerous plays keep throwing up different Influences. But rest assured this is 100% quality arrangement, sound and playing throughout. So glad I stumbled across Shezmu. I will be shouting about them to anyone and everyone that will listen, people are missing out not hearing them.
Varied vocal style of modern day cavernous death, with some Ackercocke singing thrown in, which really works to vary the experience. Music wise we have every tempo to suit every taste. Honesty, you won't be let down Favorite track: À Travers Les Lambeaux.
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A savage and brutal assault on the senses as the band take Autopsy/Coffins-influenced death metal and then feed it steroids by melding it with pummelling black metal to forge an album of truly invigorating extreme metal.
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warren barton SHEZMU absolutely nail it with the hellish Black Metal vibe. The killer sound and killer vocals crawl from the darkness to strangle the light and create a new kind of black metal magic. Favorite track: L'Arrivée Des Temps Déchus.
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“a veritable black hole of extreme metal” — Decibel Magazine

“end of the year list worthy” — CVLT Nation

“Pure evil made sound” — Invisible Oranges

“electrifying emotional intensity and stunning ‘physical’ power” — No Clean Singing on the title track

“a stellar first outing” — Angry Metal Guy
“an oppressive masterpiece” —
MoshPitNation

“push the boundaries with challenging arrangements” — Echoes and Dust

“A completely unhinged, unpredictable and unique slab of fantastically dense Extreme Metal” (8.5/10)— Nattskog

“sonically pushes the levels of ferocity and heaviness” — The Razor’s Edge

9/10 Rating — GBHBL

“provides a variety of interesting moments” (4.2/5)— Deaf Sparrow

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released July 29, 2020

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