While no doubt still reeling from the tragic loss of founding vocalist Henu - Gorephilia soldiered on, undaunted, and now return with their long-awaited third album, In the Eye of Nothing. With Jukka now also handling vocals, the four-piece Gorephilia exhibit a newfound sense of slithering finesse, that swampiness of old expounded upon with startling effect. Right from the very beginning, with ominous opener "Walls of Weeping Eyes," the band exhibit a throttling energy no matter the tempo; each moment, every mesmerizing & martial riff, is parceled out with precision, in place exactly where it needs to be and thoroughly maximized to it's fullest effect. Which is all to say that the songwriting across In the Eye of Nothing has hit a fever pitch of perfection, channeling the diabolical fervor of early Morbid Angel with the strident command they'd exhibit as the '90s progressed, but obviously with the cosmic horror Gorephilia have been characteristically exhibiting all these years. In fact, one could point to a telltale track like "Ouroboran Labyrinth" for both a visual and sonic embodiment of the dread landscapes the quartet so effortlessly construct. Or, peer deeply into haunting cover art courtesy of Raúl González... inescapable immersion awaits In the Eye of Nothing.
While no doubt still reeling from the tragic loss of founding vocalist Henu - Gorephilia soldiered on, undaunted, and now return with their long-awaited third album, In the Eye of Nothing. With Jukka now also handling vocals, the four-piece Gorephilia exhibit a newfound sense of slithering finesse, that swampiness of old expounded upon with startling effect. Right from the very beginning, with ominous opener "Walls of Weeping Eyes," the band exhibit a throttling energy no matter the tempo; each moment, every mesmerizing & martial riff, is parceled out with precision, in place exactly where it needs to be and thoroughly maximized to it's fullest effect. Which is all to say that the songwriting across In the Eye of Nothing has hit a fever pitch of perfection, channeling the diabolical fervor of early Morbid Angel with the strident command they'd exhibit as the '90s progressed, but obviously with the cosmic horror Gorephilia have been characteristically exhibiting all these years. In fact, one could point to a telltale track like "Ouroboran Labyrinth" for both a visual and sonic embodiment of the dread landscapes the quartet so effortlessly construct. Or, peer deeply into haunting cover art courtesy of Raúl González... inescapable immersion awaits In the Eye of Nothing.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMPORTS
Rel. Date: 11/06/2020
UPC: 5056321632074

In The Eye Of Nothing (Uk)
Artist: Gorephilia
Format: Vinyl
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While no doubt still reeling from the tragic loss of founding vocalist Henu - Gorephilia soldiered on, undaunted, and now return with their long-awaited third album, In the Eye of Nothing. With Jukka now also handling vocals, the four-piece Gorephilia exhibit a newfound sense of slithering finesse, that swampiness of old expounded upon with startling effect. Right from the very beginning, with ominous opener "Walls of Weeping Eyes," the band exhibit a throttling energy no matter the tempo; each moment, every mesmerizing & martial riff, is parceled out with precision, in place exactly where it needs to be and thoroughly maximized to it's fullest effect. Which is all to say that the songwriting across In the Eye of Nothing has hit a fever pitch of perfection, channeling the diabolical fervor of early Morbid Angel with the strident command they'd exhibit as the '90s progressed, but obviously with the cosmic horror Gorephilia have been characteristically exhibiting all these years. In fact, one could point to a telltale track like "Ouroboran Labyrinth" for both a visual and sonic embodiment of the dread landscapes the quartet so effortlessly construct. Or, peer deeply into haunting cover art courtesy of Raúl González... inescapable immersion awaits In the Eye of Nothing.

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