Formal debut of this Portland, Oregon duo signifies not only a new addition to the Malignant family, but a vital entry into the death industrial field. Using a broad array of hand-made or modified instrumentation and layered processing, Teeth Engraved have crafted one of the more despondent and grime encrusted releases to populate the roster; Frayed, noxious frequencies, crumbling static, and corrosive drones that teeter on the edge of abrasiveness mixed with a rotting underbelly of cluttered, industrial churn, falling somewhere between the smoldering scourge of Gruntsplatter and the dread filled, post-mortem atmospherics of Anenzephalia. The corresponding result is 7 lengthy tracks that thrive on abandonment, hopelessness, and negativity in a desolate, post-apocalyptic environment. Run time: 70:69, lmtd. 500, DVD packaging, mastered by John Stillings of Steel Hook Audio.
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I imagine that listening to this is is what it would feel like to be stranded in space destined to die.
To be alive but dead. To think, to feel, to act the capacity to do any of this is taken away. The future matters not the past less. No more pain, no more stress, no more suffering. All you are is an entity devoid of sensation nestling in the cradling arms of the cosmos slowly lulling you into sleep. Aggro Abe