Nothingness- Supraliminal Review

Based out of Minnesota, Nothingness are an extreme metal band that plays atmospheric, crushing and dissonant style of death metal but also incorporating elements of progressive, technical and old school arrangements. Supraliminal is the latest studio offering by the band and is released through the label Everlasting Spew Records. Musically, this is a cauldron of blending multiple styles of extreme music that is filled with heavy guitar riffs, bone-crushing drums, audible bass tones and guttural, sickening vocals that not only surprised me but as someone who has never heard of the band before I immediately became a fan.

From the opening moments of  Curse Of Creation, Temple Of Broken Swords and Horrendous Incantation to the punishing and journey filled leads of Beacon Of Loss, there’s moments throughout the album where I’m noticing the band really dived deeper into finding their own sound that reminded me of something Morbid Angel, Gojira and Gorguts would create since their tone, craftsmanship and detail with each song has such a interesting characteristic and for that, I applaud Nothingness for creating such a explorative, experimented and caustic record that will satisfy fans for years to come. Supraliminal is a record that succeeded my expectations and I’m looking forward to hear what’s next for future material.

Overall score 8.5/10
Review by Jake Butler

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