Revolver Magazine is hosting the premiere of “Corrosive Hallucinations” by Portland, Oregon death metal outfit, OSSUARIUM, the track hailing from the band’s Living Tomb debut LP. As the album nears February release through 20 Buck Spin, preorders for all formats have been issued with the new single.
To start the 2019 campaign off with crushing precedent, 20 Buck Spin introduces OSSUARIUM and the band’s harrowing Living Tomb as the label’s first release of the year. Following on the heels of the widely hailed and brutal Calcified Trophies Of Violence demo in 2017, OSSUARIUM’s first full-length record reveals immediate maturation to ruinous and overwhelming effect.Living Tomb‘s devastating tones were captured by Greg Wilkinson at Earhammer Studios (Vastum, Undergang, Ulthar) and completed with cover art by the legendary Dan Seagrave (Morbid Angel, Nocturnus, Suffocation).
As Living Tomb nears release, Revolver Magazine unloads the pulverizing single “Corrosive Hallucinations,” the mag noting that the song, “is a scathing and muscular death-metal entry, nodding to Dead Congregation, early Sentenced (specifically Shadows era), early Convulse and more, conjuring comparisons to like-minded worm-ridden neighbors like Vastum, Triumvir Foul and more.”
OSSUARIUM offers of the track, “‘Corrosive Hallucinations’ both lyrically and sonically tells the saga of being dragged through the deepest darkest depths of depravity until your sanity is ultimately disintegrated.”
Stream OSSUARIUM’s “Corrosive Hallucinations” at Revolver RIGHT HERE.
20 Buck Spin will issue Living Tomb on LP, CD, cassette, and digital platforms on February 1st. Preorders for all physical versions can be placed HERE and the digital at Bandcamp where Blaze Of Bodies” can also be streamed HERE, as well as all digital retailers.
A formidable death/doom monstrosity where devastating sonic bludgeoning gives way to writhing hallucinations of disemboweling transcendence, OSSUARIUM conveys the calamitous aura of still burdened souls agonizingly leaving the mortal coil to the region of final darkness and perpetual rot. Time melts away, colorless dreams turn to endless nightmares and the pillars of eternity tremble at the dreadful permanence of the Living Tomb. In crafting its debut album OSSUARIUM creates a funereal rite of irrevocable passage to the other side. It does so with the grandiose power and putrid elegance of the best in the genre. The Living Tomb has opened to wrathful consequence and will never again rest in peace. Fans of Disembowelment, Anhedonist, Vastum, Runemagick, Convulse, Cianide, Spectral Voice, Funebrarum, Innumerable Forms, Mournful Congregation, and Lycus are advised to tune in.