Compared to the other bands on the label, this one takes a more atmospheric approach. The vocals range from painful wails to nightmarish screams. Musically it's frantic and haunting.
Favorite track: Rotten Diadem.
The second laceration of Uškumgallu - a stygian fall through the tunnels of anxiety and despair. Mortifying the Flesh showcases Uškumgallu's departure from a purely raw vessel of disorder and desperation into a leviathan of cerebral dismantlement and disarray. These three hymns of torture will leave one withered and writhing in a state of unparalleled psychosis.
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Every second of Urzeit's first full length drips with poison drained from whatever the world's most poisonous beast is. This is raw and unyielding, like any great black metal should be. Very well done stuff. Matthew Toye
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The avant-garde black metal equivalent of a bad acid trip. Claustrophobic, terrifying, unnerving, and one of the best boundary-pushing metal records I’ve listened to in years. Cole “Master ov Crabs” Galando