On October 18, the debut release from Nunfuckritual — In Bondage To The Serpent — will be released for North American lovers of filth, through France’s Debemur Morti Productions.
Likely to go down as one of the most corruptive, vile albums of 2011, the album is the bastard spawn of Teloch (Nidingr, Mayhem), Espen T. Hangård (Altaar), Dan Lilker (Nuclear Assault, Brutal Truth, Nokturnal Hellstorm) and Andreas Jonsson (Tyrant), according to a press release.
I am just listening to this band’s album right now as I type, and while it’s definitely slow to at first, but it definitely gets going and is definitely evil and ominous as all fuck.
The press release for this album is great: “In Bondage To The Serpent crawls from the gutter like a diseased, decayed and decrepit corpse; a choking dirge; a hideous, malformed infestation of filthy underground metal that ignores trends, defies categorization and brings together some of the darkest, blackest, nastiest manifestations ever committed to tape. Degraded and corrupt, these six blasphemous conjurations call upon decades of extreme metal experience to devastating effect, resulting in an album so gross, rank and genuinely disturbing that it is the aural equivalent of being cannibalized by the leprous sisters Plague and Death. An insidious poison running through your veins, slowly devouring your life force, until nothing remains, but ruin. Obsidian incantations seethe with pure evil energy, summoning ancient deities to commit terrible atrocities against organized religion, a celebration of the ultimate triumph of mankind’s dark side.
“Swarming, swirling and shimmering with mal-intent, In Bondage To The Serpent breaks new ground with its omnipresent, all-consuming evil vibe. This eerie, potent brew is, quite simply, a manifestation of pure, undiluted evil. Sickness never sounded so real.”
Damn. That pretty much says it all, doesn’t it?
The album contains six tracks: “Theotokos,” “Komodo Dragon, Mother Queen,” “Christotokos,” “Cursed Virgin, Pregnant Whore,” “Parthenogen,” and of course, “In Bondage To The Serpent.”
Check out a track from the disc below.
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