Paroxsihzem's new offering makes their debut sound like a collection of lullabies. Their brutality is pushed beyond anything I've ever heard before. If you enjoy extreme then look no further.
Favorite track: Isolation.
Hellthrasher Productions has once again joined forces with Canadian purveyors of suffocating black/death metal, Paroxsihzem, to unleash their brand new MLP, exclusively on 12'' vinyl. Following the punishing split CD with Adversarial, this mini-album sees the band moving towards a new, exciting direction with 25 minutes of the fastest, most violent and vicious material they have ever done. Relentless Torture, Maniacal Hatred, Drug Induced Lunacy and Madness are the focused themes of this release. Limited to only 250 copies, „Abyss of Excruciating Vexes” serves as a bridge to the band's next full-length album...
UPDATE: On April 26th, the album was finally re-released on CD.
released March 11, 2016
Paroxsihzem are: Impugnor (Guitar/Bass), Abyss (Drums), Krag (Vocals). All songs written by Paroxsihzem, except Dead Cunt Maniac by Arkhon Infaustus, respectively. Recorded, mixed by Paroxsihzem, August 2015. Mastered by Damian Herring (Horrendous). All artwork/layout by Krag.
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The guitar tone used is colossal, dare I say overpowering. It certainly makes for an oppressive album but I think some of the songwriting gets downplayed by the omnipresent heaviness. If you just need something to cave your face in though then look no further. zirtonic
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This album takes me to the darkest places. The whole vibe and overall feel of the album is that of absolute dread, but also beauty. The overall mix of death metal, black metal and some jazz is perfect and sound is unique and fresh. Waiting in anticipation of album 2! surgicalsteel
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Deathspell Omega is synonymous with excellence by now, and this record is no exception to the rule. It's even more chaotic than Paracletus and may take many listens to fully grasp. Insane stuff from one of the greatest bands around. EthelTheFrog