Swamp Corpse
Bone Mill
Crank this to 7.1 of 11
Doom, Sludge, Black Metal
Sounds Like:
Unsea, Crowbar, TarLung
Sunday, March 4, 2018
Swamp Corpse is exactly how you think it would sound; acid-laced sludge coated with a layers of black metal and doom. The foursome from Germany love to mess around with smoked-filled feedback that will scrape the paint off your walls. Just check out “Carnal Cloak of Dignity,” this track exemplifies their use of feedback, it is eight and a half minutes of bludgeoning sludge with no mercy. The vocals take on a hazy Black metal tone, they are grinding to the core and really emphasize the name Swamp Corpse. Fans of Black metal and sludge will love this, Bone Mill is not for the faint of heart as Swamp Corpse never stray from their funeral sludge onslaught.

Vocal Performance
6.5 of 11

Weight of the Heavy
9.2 of 11

Lyrics and Song Structure
6.6 of 11

Fretwork Prowess
7 of 11

Overall Album Flow
6.9 of 11

Album Cover Aesthetics
8.5 of 11

6.3 of 11

Production Value
6 of 11

Standout Track(s)
“Combusted Mind” and “Rotten Wings of Falseness” display the most contrast. The tempo on these songs pick up a bit, they dive into some thick metal rhythms with swift percussion.

Alcohol Pairing
Definitely grab a bottle of Big Bad Baptist by Epic Brewing in Utah. This seasonal Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Stout will enhance the listening experience of Bone Mill. It has a 11.80% ABV that is masked very well, the flavors are robust with coffee and Cocoa Nibs.

Lasting Impression 
Bone Mill is not breaking new barriers in the sludge world, but it doesn’t need to. These four gents seem to thrive on the funeral-esque sludge theme and they do it well, why mess with a good vibe. - 3/5/2018

1. Rotten Wings of Falseness 05:15
2. Bone Mill 03:38
3. Inborn Blasphemer 07:14
4. Combusted Mind 06:07
5. Metropolis 10:44
6. Carnal Cloak of Dignity 08:26
7. Symbols of Lords 07:53

Band Members:
Dennis – Grinding Noise (Bass)
Timo – Contorted Pulse (Drums)
Mirko – Gloomy Tunes (Guitar)
Markus – Misery and Agression (Vocals)

Follow Swamp Corpse: Bandcamp / Facebook
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