NOOSE ROT - Minnesota Primitive Death Metal Butchers Release Acclaimed Debut MLP on 12" Vinyl. Sunday October 28 2018, 3:42 PM
NOOSE ROT - Minnesota Primitive Death Metal Butchers Release Acclaimed Debut MLP on 12" Vinyl.

Dear Friends in the Press and Media worldwide - after two instantly sold out tape represses we're finally happy to announce the vinyl release of The Creeping Unknown - the acclaimed debut MLP by Minnesota-based primitive death metal aberration NOOSE ROT. Even more exciting is that we've released this LP in collaboration with UK death metal powerhouse Me Saco Un Ojo Records handing the release for Europe.

NOOSE ROT hail from Minnesota and play just totally fucked and putrid death metal. The band came to be around a shared love of members of Gatecreeper, Skeletonwitch, and Wolvhammer for primitive and involved death metal in the vein of Autopsy, Pungent Stench, Coffins, Nihilist, Grave, and Repugnant - deciding to join forces to birth their own unholy death metal abomination that would worship at the altar of the Finnish and Swedish gods of ancestral death and decay.

Gruesomely regressed and appallingly involved, In their wretched and bludgeoning debut EP NOOSE ROT spew forth a vomited cascade of complete aural filth that engulfs the listener in a blinding deluge of chainsawing guitars, steamrolling drums, and putridly tortured vocals. At its most delicate and refined The Creeping Unknown is nothing more than a coffin-born aural stampede of complete aural rot where caveman-death metal is taken to a sickening new extreme, conjuring similar diseased atmospheres as seen in bands like Cruciamentum, Vastum, Acephalix, Disma, and Grave Miasma.

The Creeping Unknown has been a cornerstone release for Sentient Ruin, highly acclaimed by the metal underground as one of the best and most vicious death metal debuts of 2018 and applauded by outlets like Decibel Magazine, CVLT Nation, and Metal Injection as one of the most exciting new prospects in USDM.

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