They've managed to be a little bit Entombed and a little bit avant-garde Gorguts. Bonus: That track has bells!
I came across Our Place of Worship Is Silence
, and I am impressed by their way of making an old sound sound experimental (it's a sort of Entombed playing avant garde Gorguts riffs kind of sound), and apparently, that's something that they went for intentionally
I also like that they're full of serious death metal rhetoric that's both admirable and funny (I feel this way about a lot of what my kid says) —
Dissonance is vital to our sound because it reflects our defiance to protocol. With regards to the disharmonious nature of the world, we are here to rebel with even more hideous frequencies.
The artwork is a visual depiction of man’s suffering due to forces outside of himself. The labyrinth is the mechanism that we are trapped within. The artwork should be seen as additional context clues for the album.
— but at the same time, they just go by the names Tim and Eric.
Sadly, I think this over-the-top metal prediction is likely in no small part:
The main themes are tyrannicide and misanthropy. They stemmed from witnessing the actions within this hideous despot matrix while being sickened by man’s docile and lethargic response to this farce. There is nothing but disinformation and rot awaiting humanity.