Venal Flesh - Emulgent Disfigurement
Dark Electro In 2013, Dan Barrett, founder of Worms of the Earth, decided to take things into the terror EBM side of things with Venal Flesh. Being one of a trio within the triumvirate, being joined alongside VanityKills and Joseph Myers, Remotum Ex Carnis Sancta came to fruition.

As of late, the trio has signed with Venal Flesh, and with that comes a teaser of their next album. On this single comes a completely reworked version of Emulgent Disfigurement which was present on their debut release, as well as an entirely new track, Mizbehi (Blood Of Angels Upon My Altar).

Emulgent Disfigurement sounds a lot better than it's original version. It comes off with more samples and bells not found within the previous version. The vocals are still as harsh as ever, and sound sinister to the max.

Mizbehi really comes off with a gigantic nod to Worms of the Earth. Tribal drums and choral samples that sound like angels in a church start off the beginning of the song. Slowly, bells are added, and, eventually, we're given into electronic beats that still continue along everything else. The vocals then come in, and they're more anger filled than the previous. Slower, more evil sounding, and just plain old creepy, this song is something to listen to over and over again.

Sadly, that's the end of it. This is a good teaser for their next album, and one that'll keep me hungering for more. Hopefully, the album will be coming out soon. I loved the original album by Venal Flesh, and I have no doubt that their next one will tickle my soft spot just as much.
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Brutal Resonance

Venal Flesh - Emulgent Disfigurement

8.0
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Released 2014 by Juggernaut Music Group
In 2013, Dan Barrett, founder of Worms of the Earth, decided to take things into the terror EBM side of things with Venal Flesh. Being one of a trio within the triumvirate, being joined alongside VanityKills and Joseph Myers, Remotum Ex Carnis Sancta came to fruition.

As of late, the trio has signed with Venal Flesh, and with that comes a teaser of their next album. On this single comes a completely reworked version of Emulgent Disfigurement which was present on their debut release, as well as an entirely new track, Mizbehi (Blood Of Angels Upon My Altar).

Emulgent Disfigurement sounds a lot better than it's original version. It comes off with more samples and bells not found within the previous version. The vocals are still as harsh as ever, and sound sinister to the max.

Mizbehi really comes off with a gigantic nod to Worms of the Earth. Tribal drums and choral samples that sound like angels in a church start off the beginning of the song. Slowly, bells are added, and, eventually, we're given into electronic beats that still continue along everything else. The vocals then come in, and they're more anger filled than the previous. Slower, more evil sounding, and just plain old creepy, this song is something to listen to over and over again.

Sadly, that's the end of it. This is a good teaser for their next album, and one that'll keep me hungering for more. Hopefully, the album will be coming out soon. I loved the original album by Venal Flesh, and I have no doubt that their next one will tickle my soft spot just as much. Mar 28 2014

Steven Gullotta

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I've been writing for Brutal Resonance since November of 2012 and now serve as the editor-in-chief. I love the dark electronic underground and usually have too much to listen to at once but I love it. I am also an editor at Aggressive Deprivation, a digital/physical magazine since March of 2016. I support the scene as much as I can from my humble laptop.

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