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bcb723 I think I am addicted to this band's music. Something here just sparks primal energy and raw power. Their sound wouldn't seem out of place next to the classic black/death metal bands of the past. Definitely be on the lookout for the next Impure full-length as I have a feeling it is going to destroy. Favorite track: Damned In Eternity.
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Kevin Ruh Blasphemous blackened metal, done expertly. Killer Slayer cover too! Favorite track: Crush Of Mystical Satanism.
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RiffThrovver I heard of Impure when it was announced they would open for Malokarpatan and Negative Plane in Brooklyn. I'm extremely pleased that I arrived at the venue early enough to catch their short set because it was a pummeling demonstration of black/death depravity that harkens back to legendary gods such as Beherit and Archgoat. Damned is a powerful yet concise EP that leaves the listener dying for more. Three original songs and a Slayer cover makes for a short, successful conquest. Real ones only.
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Formed in 2017 by Horned Father of Desecreation (vocals, drums & percussion) and Satyrannical Lord of Assault (guitars and bass), IMPURE’s merciless, arcane, Christ-crushing black metal is the primal antidote for this modern era of flaccid "extreme metal." Following very closely on the hooves of their debut LP and punishing 2018 demos, the 'Damned...' EP wrests two new macabre hymns from the abyss, "Damned In Eternity" and "Worship Them," which escalate the characteristic IMPURE brutality with even more confidence and ferocity than previous offerings. "Crush of Mystical Satanism" was engineered by Fred Estby (DISMEMBER) during the 'Satan’s Eclipse' sessions and provides listeners the perfect gateway into the band’s morbid sound. Their plodding rendition of SLAYER’s "Fight Til Death" serves as a violent testament to what IMPURE truly represents: "Respect and reverence for the past, using its knowledge to cull from the beyond and create our vision of unadulterated black metal." Presented on 12” 45rpm vinyl.


released March 15, 2020


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