Helsinki death dealers Desolate Shrine are on their fourth album in six years, but the quality of their latest release, Deliverance from the Godless Void, shows no sign of being rushed. A combination of death, doom and even slight black metal influence, Deliverance offers both slow, suffocating passages and blast beat-driven stretches of powerful death metal.
“Deliverance from the Godless Void is a harsh album,” offers multi-instrumentalist L.L. “Its creation process was intense and reflecting on what we were going through as a band and on personal level. Musically and lyrically focused and more straightforward. Fire, Darkness and Emptiness.”
We will be delivered from the godless void on November 10 via Dark Descent.