Sematary, take note. THIS is Horrorcore.
If I was to pick faults - some of the instrumentals get a little repetitive over the 10 tracks runtime and I think a few more frills could be added to give it an even deeper atmosphere. There’s some amazing background synths in ‘Songs for Sinners’ and ‘Nine Hells’ which really elevate those tracks, and I would have liked to have seen a little more of this peppered throughout.
Other than that- this album bangs. The lyrical ... read more