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FAMISHGOD
FAMISHGOD
Devourers Of Light
(Xtreem Music)
58:18min

Do you enjoy the cult classic Doom Death album "Into Darkness" by WINTER? Spain's FAMISHGOD definitely does. This duo, consisting of Dave Rotten on vocals and a dude named Pako Deimler on everything else, play heavy and unadorned Doom Death of the purest sort. Think slow COFFINS, slow ASPHYX, "Forest Of Equilibrium" era CATHEDRAL; punctuated with Dave Rotten's savage guttural voice - you get the general picture. The album can sound a bit samey through its almost one hour playing time, but "Devourers Of Light" is a fitting hynotic soundtrack for those sleep-deprived souls having a particularly misanthropic day. www.facebook.com/famishgod, www.xtreemmusic.com

Richard Osmond

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