Sarcophagus In The Sky full stream

Sarcophagus In The Sky full stream, review and interview at Doomed & Stoned!

“The album opens in characteristically stormy fashion with an ominous, rumbling – the sound of anticipation that I’ve come to identify with HEAVYDEATH. “The stone has a purpose,” a grave voice utters prophetically. “A new journey begins, soon after dark.” And with that, we are immersed in the dark, strange reality of the Sarcophagus In The Sky. As with all of HEAVYDEATH’s work, the riffs are intuitive, the rhythms well-placed, the low-end growling like hungry beast on the prowl, the atmosphere charged with electric mist. Heavy as all hell.

Something untoward is about to happen. A sky-bound monolith has appeared suddenly and without warning. Who or what is it? For the answers, you must dive headlong into each of these ten tracks. The new album is releases on November 17th and can be pre-ordered on LP, CD, Cassette, and digital formats.”

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Review – The Stone Speaks At Winter

Source: Hellride Music
URL: http://www.hellridemusic.com/forum/showthread.php?t=27733

HEAVYDEATH essentially pick-up where Runemagick left off. We have Nicklas Rudolfsson on guitar/vocals; Johan Bäckman on bass and Daniel Moilanen on the war drums. A triumvirate of all-encompassing Death-infused Doom from the frozen North. Both “The Stone Speaks At Winter” and the demo version of “Shadow of the Equinox” are meant to promote the upcoming release of their Sarcophagus In The Sky album. Continue reading

Review – In Circles We Die

Source: Doomed & Stoned (By Hugo Guzman)
URL: http://doomedandstoned.com/post/153722845828/heavydeath

The first song off HEAVYDEATH’s latest effort, ‘In Circles We Die’ (2016), is as blunt and self-evident as their name. “As We Foretold” opens with diabolic droning, furious growls, pounding drums, and hypnotic feedback. Although I’m sure plenty of naysayers are already telling me that death-doom is overdone and over with, the first minute of this album proves those guys don’t know shit. Continue reading