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  1. May 31,  · Pitchfork pretty much sums up Mutilation Rites. Brooklyn's Mutilation Rites play rapid fire black metal with elements of dark doom and darker crust-the sort of USBM that feels stately and epic, but boozed soaked and feral. After demos, a split, and the like, the quartet-featuring ex-Tombs drummer Justin Ennis /5(3).
  2. Sep 26,  · Blackened doom crust band Mutilation Rites's track "Realms of Dementia" from their album "Empyrean" available now via Prosthetic Records. Blackened doom crust band Mutilation Rites's track.
  3. Empyrean, an Album by Mutilation Rites. Released on Prosthetic (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Black Metal/5(2).
  4. "Empyrean is a breathless barrage of ideas. The album’s expeditious, organic metamorphoses will entrap your ears without presenting a single moment of tedium. Mutilation Rites appropriate the droning tonal tropes of atmospheric black metal but turn its churn towards kinetic violence.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Empyrean - Mutilation Rites on AllMusic -
  6. After two years of releasing several demos, splits and EPs, Mutilation Rites finally releases their debut LP, displaying on it a very eclectic form of black metal. They aren’t going to bore you like some might say Krallice or Ash Borer might with progressive twenty minute epics. That’s because Rites sets a fast tempo; they’re doing black metal, with hints of death, thrash, doom and crust.
  7. Mutilation Rites discography and songs: Music profile for Mutilation Rites, formed January Genres: Black Metal, Death Metal, Sludge Metal. Albums include Empyrean.
  8. If you like Mutilation Rites, you may also like: Curse These Metal Hands. by Conjurer and Pijn. "Curse These Metal Hands" parlays the UK bands' chemistry into a record which—for all its tinnitus-inducing ferocity and elegiac arrangements—practically drips with transcendent joy.

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