For one of the hardest to pronounce songs in their catalogue.
As far as genres go Death Metal has very much been a DIY affair. From the likes of Cannibal Corpse right up until the new breed of Metal visionaries the genre has always relied on relentless touring, quick learning and of course being as sonically devastating as possible. These three ingredients make up Abnormality’s DNA, having just released their Metal Blade debut Mechanisms of Omniscience the band stake their claim as a truly ferocious band in the Death Metal arena. Kindly able to speak to us whilst on tour in the US we spoke to singer Mallika Sunduramurthy on the new record. From its lyrical meanings to its significantly impactful artwork, designed by Sunduramurthy and how Death Metal being DIY may have been rife in the past and is coincidentally in the future.
Intensity has become a indispensable element of Death Metal. Known for its sheer sense of ferocity, tip toeing trepidatiously on the outskirts some are pulled into the maelstrom that is the epicentre of Death Metal. This where the men are separated from the boys, sticking to its steadfast foundations we see the arrival of Abnormality’s Metal Blade debut, Mechanisms of Omniscience.
Imminently heading out with Cattle Decapitation it seems that Suffocation are not as easily pigeon holed as you might have thought…