Coffins is back with its third and most ridiculously heavy death doom masterpiece Buried Death.
Instantly memorable tracks like Under The Stench and Cadaver Blood devastate eardrums with skullcrushing production that suits the music’s oppressive, bestial nature. A perfect combination of their influences (Autopsy, Winter,
Celtic Frost, Eyehategod) and their own harrowing sound.
Coffins originally formed under the name Compromise You Need 12 years ago and at the time were playing a style more akin to Godflesh and Swans, whom Coffins guitarist/vocalist Uchino hails as huge influences. When drummer You entered the picture the sound morphed into more of a Kyuss/Cathedral style. No surprise then that this early
incarnation of Coffins shared members with the Sabbath-inspired doomsters Church Of Misery and Dot(.).
Things came to a halt with members busy with other projects and Coffins disbanded in 2000. Uchino and You reformed early in 2003. Soon after came the Coffin’s debut full length in 2005, Mortuary in Darkness, which included
re-recordings of demo tracks Sacrifice To Evil Spirit and Into The Coffin. A monolithic, lo-fi death doom gem.
Limited Edition mini gatefold LP style packaging.
Tracklisting: 01 Under The Stench 02 Buried Death 03 Cadaver Blood 04 Altars In Gore 05 Mortification To Ruin 06 Deadly Sinners 07 Purgatorial Madness 08 The Frozen Styx
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