The rabble-rousers at The Obelisk hurl forth a hump day surprise in the form of a full stream of Deteriorate, from Italian sludge dealers, GRIME. Commended by Cvlt Nation for “overflowing with rotten, bluesy riffs that will keep your reality buried in misery,” and called “an aural evisceration… not at all for the faint of heart,” by the Obelisk, Deteriorate spews forth a ferocious platter of dirgy, down-tuned delightfulness made of colossal rust-crusted riffs and all-purpose acrimony. Self-described as the sound of “a decaying swamp filled with trash,” GRIME’s slow, heavy groove is sincere, imposing and impossible to ignore.
Deteriorate was recorded at Igloo Audiofactory in Italy by Enrico Baraldi and mixed and mastered by sound wizard Billy Anderson.
Dirty up your day with some soul-tearing GRIME HERE courtesy of The Obelisk.
Deteriorate will see official release on LP via Forcefield Records, on a new date of July 9, 2013. It will be available in two different color variants on 180 gram vinyl encased with black dust sleeves and full color jackets with a poster and download card. The limited run is oxygen rich blood haze of oxblood red and grimace purple and a larger run of grey and red haze. Pre-Order your copy today at THIS LOCATION. The CD version will be handled by Morgrimm Records.
Source: Earsplit PR