Are you ready to get your cerebral cortex ripped from your brain stem through your fucking ears? Interment is back with Scent of the Buried to show the world how Swedish death metal should fucking sound.
Interment formed in 1988 under the name Beyond. 1988 was part of the era of the emergence of the sound of Sweden we have all come to love. Interment was part of that pioneering force alongside Dismember, Entombed, Nihilist and Grave. You should know what to expect from Interment; dirty chainsaw death metal!
Though being an early Swedish death metal band, Interment did not release a full length album until 2010. Interment’s 2010 release, Into the Crypts of Blasphemy, was received with high regard. Since Entombed just plays death ‘n roll now and Dismember is no more, Interment is a great fill of the void of Swedish death metal.
Scent of the Buried has now been released as of April 1st, you need to get your hands on this album. Scent of the Buried has that old school feel to it like no one else in Sweden is currently doing. There are many old school Swedish death metal influences on this album, for instance, The album was recorded and mixed by Tomas Skogsberg and the mastering was done by Sverker Widda Widgren.
If you are unfamiliar with Interment, some of the bands that were formed during their hiatus in the mid 90’s you may be aware of. Interment is made up of members of bands like Centinex, Uncanny, Regurgitate, Dellamorte and Moondark.
If you are a fan of Dismember’s Massive Killing Capacity, Grave’s Into The Grave, Entombed’s Clandestine, Nihilist, Carnage and the other pioneering forces of Swedish death metal, check out Interment’s Scent of the Buried.
Keep in Mind I said this album sounds like Swedish death metal, not Gothenburg At The Gates clones.