SKELETONWITCH ‘Forever Abomination’ – 5 Reasons Why You MUST Own This Extreme Metal Album
SKELETONWITCH – Forever Abomination is the fourth studio album from Ohio’s SKELETONWITCH and was released back on October 11th, 2011, on Prosthetic Records. I bought this release on CD and it has served me right. Forever Abomination has kicked my Metal ass, many times over. I’m not bullshitting either. Below are 5 reasons why you MUST buy Forever Abomination.
Reason #1: SKELETONWITCH seamlessly unites Thrash and Death Metal grooves resulting in a Metal sound that is Skeletelextreme.
Reason #2: Chance Garnette. His vocals are drenched with Black Metal tones and he sings on this album at his most venomous best yet. Chance has to have steel reinforced vocal cords. How else could he sing at such an optimum level of aggression?
Reason #3: If you’re looking to have your ears and senses galvanized, then rest assured, Forever Abomination will have you staring into space as you wonder what just happened to you. Yes, you will yearn for more.
Reason #4: Musicianship. Extreme Metal musicianship at that. This band plays so heavy and fast that it’s staggering. All the while, not once do the songs embody any muddled parts. The intricacies are all there and SKELETONWITCH keeps evolving as a band.
Reason #5: The dark lyrics throughout Forever Abomination are a powerhouse unto this album. Combine these lyrics, with the scathingly fierce atmosphere from the Extreme wall of sound that you’ll experience and it’s Metal mind-boggling.
Chance Garnette – vocals
Nate “N8 Feet Under” Garnette – guitar
Scott “Scunty D” Hedrick – guitar
Evan “Loosh” Linger – bass
Dustin Boltjes – drums
Forever Abomination – back cover
FOREVER ABOMINATION – Track Listing:
This Horrifying Force (The Desire To Kill)
Reduced To The Failure Of Prayer
Of Ash And Torment
Choke Upon Betrayal
Erased And Forgotten
The Infernal Resurrection
Rejoice In Misery
Cleaver Of Souls
Shredding Sacred Flesh
Sink Beneath Insanity
My Skin Of Deceit
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LONG LIVE SKELETONWITCH.
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