Resin Tomb Stream Entire New Album “Cerebral Purgatory” Via Decibel Magazine

Australian death-grind outfit Resin Tomb, featuring members of Siberian Hell SoundsDescent, Consumed and Snorlax, have just shared their entire debut album “Cerebral Purgatory”, which is set to be released this Friday. January 19 via Transcending Obscurity Records.

The full album is now playing at Decibel Magazine, who had this to say about the record “This is a 29-minute ear-battering of truly atonal and dissonant proportions. Relentless? Yep! Savage? Uh-huh. Unkind and spiteful? That too. The band—Matt Budge (vocals), Perry Vedelago (drums), Brendan Auld (guitar), Matt Gordon (guitar), Mitch Long (bass)—basically unleash a firestorm of ugliness with few opportunities for listeners to gasp for air. It’s viscerally nasty.”

This is what the band had to say about the new effort:
“We aimed to create an album that brings about a sense of intense intrigue drowned in dissonance. Merging black metal, death metal and Scandinavian hardcore, we have crafted a sound and feeling that is unique to Resin Tomb. Focused on a balance of tension and release, the sonic journey avoids exhaustion yet lingers long enough to immerse the listener in the genuine dread it demands.

Lyrically, we draw inspiration from raw, real-life horror-stories of lives abruptly extinguished in unforgiving ways. Avoiding fiction, and mirroring the harsh realities of the world we all live in, this album is a stark reflection, capturing the raw and unfiltered aspects of existence.”

After releasing a couple of well-received EPs, Australian band Resin Tomb have perfected their sound for their highly awaited debut full length and it’s everything you’ve come to expect from them and more.
They’ve forged their own sound which is a remarkably cohesive mix of dissonant death metal, gravelly grind and somehow even thick, blackened sludge.
This unique sound allows them to do their own thing and veer into whatever direction they feel like and it still sounds complete and fulfilling. Every song is an excursion, delivering the goods in one way or the other. It keeps you on edge, with Resin Tomb exploring the myriad possibilities, while keeping the music taut and explosive.
Tantalizing dissonant riffs often give way to skull-splintering breakdowns and then they carry on business as usual and do the next thing to obliterate your existence.
Resin Tomb remain fully in control throughout the ideal duration of the album, pivoting effortlessly between the barely identifiable realms without disrupting the inexorable momentum, infusing atmosphere and intrigue into their jagged, abrasive sound like no other and giving us one of the best albums this style has witnessed.