Emerging from Toronto’s underground like a grotesque creature of mutant origin, Tomb Mold introduces their second album and 20 Buck Spin debut, ‘Manor Of Infinite Forms.’ The band creates labyrinthine towers of obscure yet cohesive structures, conjuring an alternative reality teeming with weird and peculiar phenomena.
Songs in ‘Manor Of Infinite Forms’ twist and turn unpredictably, eventually aligning with a seemingly cosmic rhythm and purpose. Seamlessly blending the crushing weight of Finnish Death Metal with a tactful display of technical prowess, Tomb Mold navigates through myriad alien landscapes with remarkable uniqueness.
After recording in Toronto, the album was mixed by Arthur Rizk (Power Trip, Pissgrave, Code Orange), resulting in a sound that is both massive and organic. ‘Manor Of Infinite Forms’ stands as a creative pinnacle among 2018’s numerous potent Death Metal releases, proving to be a complex yet compelling sonic puzzle.
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