Planetary Clairvoyance

Tomb Mold - Planetary Clairvoyance
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
2019 Ratings: #91 / 737
User Score
Based on 87 ratings
2019 Ratings: #883
July 19, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
20 Buck Spin / Label
Death Metal / Genres
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The Toronto death metal quartet push outward into new territory on their darkest, strangest album yet.
The Needle Drop

Planetary Clairvoyance features more compositional versatility than its predecessor, but unfortunately a less impressive mix as well.

I'm sorry to be the one to bring down the average user score, but this is easily one of the least impressive and least interesting death metal albums I've ever heard. It isn't bad, but it isn't all that great either. It's caught dead in the middle.

This is the first time I've listened to anything Tomb Mold have put out, and, if I'm honest, they haven't done much to convince me to check out the rest of their catalog. Sure, there's some really, REALLY good moments on here, but as a whole, this ... read more
Formed in 2015 and coming from Toronto, Tomb Mold are extremely active in the Canadian Death Metal scene, creating some straight up and rough death metal extreme shit. Indeed, their discography already includes two albums, "Primordial Malignity" released in 2017 and "Manor of Infinite Forms" released in 2018. And it is still on this momentum that "Planetary Clairvoyance" came out in this summer 2019. One of the wildest acts of the sub-genre, Tomb Mold make classic ... read more
the vocals sound like someone continuously burping
Beg for Life - Death metal.

Planetary Clairvoyance - The last minute musically represents that feeling you get when you finally hit your stride and push a stubborn stretch of shit right out your taut ass

Phosphorene Ultimate - A fitting ambiance for your slow-motion ascent from the toilet bowl, basking in your filthy glory, staring directly into the massive pile of shit you left behind

Infinite Resurrection - It's alive! Your tectonic turd sprouts a dozen shit-stalks and begins defensively ... read more
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Year End Lists

#25/Metal Hammer
#30/Bandcamp Daily

Track List

  1. Beg for Life
  2. Planetary Clairvoyance
  3. Phosphorene Ultimate
  4. Infinite Resurrection
  5. Accelerative Phenomenae
  6. Cerulean Salvation
  7. Heat Death
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Added on: May 7, 2019