Back in March I discovered a new lyric video for a song called “Rex Mundi” by Italy’s Demiurgon that knocked me flat, and today we have the pleasure of bringing you another new song from the band — “Pillars of Inverted Creation”.
The song appears on Demiurgon’s debut album Above the Unworthy, which was mixed and mastered at 16th Cellar Studios by the masterful Stefano Morabito and it features cover art by the masterful Pär Oloffson. It will be released by Ungodly Ruins Production on May 31, 2015. And this song will knock you flat, too.
Driven by a rhythm section that sounds like battlefield munitions going off in rapid succession and by the radioactive vibration of ultra-morbid riffs, the song is decimating from start to finish. The production has given the music a massive sound — the drum fusillades are genuinely explosive, the blazing-fast guitars sound like they’re cutting through concrete, and the bass rumble is enough to shake the foundations of your home. On top of all that sonic disembowelment, the vocalist roars and howls like a rabid mastiff.
This is music that’s also as irresistible as it is lethal. It delivers a rush of adrenaline that I think you’ll want to get in repeated doses. So check it out below, and if you like what you hear, pre-order the album at one of these locations:
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