A horrible hack


The Omnipresence Of Loss

Year Released: 2019
Format: Download
Label: Solitude Productions
Reviewed by Alex Deller on May 23, 2019
Deep n' dense doom metal that toys with death and funeral influence like a cat with a wounded bird. The riffs lumber and trudge while the vocals are, for the most part, throaty and glottal, but though the band clearly know their way around a crushing riff there's also plenty of texture and space as well. There's a lack of true, deep-level woe here that prevents Urza from clawing their way to the top of the suicidal doom shitpile, but this is nevertheless a strong from a band you should be keeping an eye on if your tastes lean towards Primitive Man and Aseethe.

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