This Ending – Garden of Death Review

cdarc028_thisending_god_300dpiLongtime Swedish Death Metallers return with their third album under the moniker This Ending called Garden of Death. Where listening to this might have you perusing your music collection afterwards for more of the same. The album itself is a satisfying and worthwhile addition to any playlist. Submit to the awesome and let these veterans of Death Metals’ killing fields slay your senses.

Fans of the tried and tested Gothenburg sound will find familiar themes to their liking, executed with finesse, while ripping your own speaker cabs a new hole. Garden of Death is definitely no flower show. Contained within this carefully planned victory bed is a clamor of exotic screams and rumbling blast beats, placed within carnivorous riffage. All of these factors groove within thunderous foundations that lure you deeper with every hook as the album progresses.

The journey through Garden of Death is saturated with unholy light that makes monstrous solos and cacophonous riffs appear to further seduce those dangerous enough to approach its ominous perimeter. Uncompromising and intense This Ending promise a dark and intangible odyssey through their song titles, making good on pledge with the entrancingly moribund peaks that excite the imagination while their gallant stride captures your body and entices you to windmill.

8/10

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David Oberlin is a composer and visual artist who loves noise more than a tidy writing space. You can often find him in your dankest nightmares or on twitter @DieSkaarj while slugging the largest and blackest coffee his [REDACTED] loyalty card can provide.

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