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SULPHUR - CURSED MADNESS - OSMOSE  
After releasing a demo two years ago and an EP version thereof last year Norway’s Sulphur has delivered on the promise of a full-length album through Osmose Productions. With former members of Enslaved and Taake in tow (which might explain the contract with Osmose) comparisons should be simple - and those associations partly hold true – but Sulphur is superior to either band. The music does feature the odd programmed synthesizer, but Sulphur is regimented death metal with the same brutal efficiency as a German blitzkrieg. The closest comparison is Immortal with Thomas Skinnlo Høyven’s vocals, in particular, reminding the listener of Abbath. The riffs are tight, the chords militaristic, the approach grim and cruel with the only break coming courtesy of a two-minute lull called The Descent. Whether during the heavy segments or the faster songs like Master Of Storms Sulphur has enough technicality and intricacy to be deemed creative without ever falling short in purity or power departments. – Ali “The Metallian”




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