Death-Doom Cult FUNERALOPOLIS Drop New Track, “Crawling Caskets”!

Swiss death-doom cult FUNERALOPOLIS has dropped the new track, “Crawling Caskets”. The song comes from the band’s highly-anticipated debut album, …of Deceit and Utter Madness, due out on April 27th via Memento Mori. Check out the brutal new track right here below.

From The Press Release

Today, death/doom/crust cult Funeralopolis premiere the new track “Crawling Caskets” at Legacy magazine’s website. The track hails from the band’s striking debut album, …of Deceit and Utter Madness, set for international release on April 27th via Memento Mori. Hear Funeralopolis‘ “Crawling Caskets” in its entirety exclusively HERE.

Hailing from Switzerland, Funeralopolis was awoken under the name Human Waste in 2006. With vocalist Void joining the band in 2009, they changed the name to Funeralopolis. Void left the band shortly after, but the name stayed. They started recording the first demo, titled …of Death, with a slightly different lineup (guitar-desecrator Thuri also took on vocals) under horrible circumstances in only 48 hours, including mixing and mastering. The tape was released as a co-release between Dark Descent Records and Skeleton Plague. Several years and beers later, the recording of the …of Prevailing Chaos EP took place at Hidden Stash Studios, with a slightly different lineup. It was summoned in 2013.

Funeralopolis didn’t have any lineup changes since 2011, and have been around since a decade now. Over the years, they’ve shared the stage with bands like Mystifier, Dead Congregation, Excruciation, Diocletian, Bölzer, Sadistic Intent, and many more. That stage experience certainly plays into the band’s long-awaited debut album, …of Deceit and Utter Madness. With a gutsfucking guitar tone at the fore and utterly vile bass beneath, Funeralopolis crush chest cavities (and dreams) with a crusty sort of death metal that violently vacillates between lumbering, world-eating doom and ragged, almost-punkish gallops. Indeed, the spectre of domestic legends Hellhammer looms large here, but the band are undoubtedly most influenced by death metal from the late ’80s and early ’90s; such names invoked include Autopsy, Darkthrone (EARLY era), Asphyx, Sadistic Intent, Nihilist, Necrovore, Obituary, Incantation, and Blasphemy. However, other bands like Sodom, Cianide, Sarcofago, Winter, Candlemass, Doom, Carnivore, and many, many more also had a big impact on Funeralopolis. In fact, one could say that the bubbling mass of …of Deceit and Utter Madness is a veritable love letter to all these noble influences.

Fittingly, …of Deceit and Utter Madness is graced with alluring cover art courtesy of Mark Cooper, and maximum heaviness is ensured by Ted Tringo’s mastering job. Funeralopolis open up the earth and present your mass grave!

Take the next step into that grave with the brand-new track “Crawling Caskets” exclusively HERE, courtesy of Legacy, Germany’s premier extreme metal authority. The first step into that grave can be taken with the previously revealed “House of West” HERE at Memento Mori‘s official YouTube channel. Aforementioned cover art and tracklisting are as follows:

Tracklisting for Funeralopolis’ …of Deceit and Utter Madness1. Intro
2. Crawling Caskets
3. House of West
4. Witchcraft Horror
5. Devouring Crypts of Darkness
6. Downfall
7. …of Deceit and Utter Madness
8. The Envenomed King
9. Into Unknown Kadath
10. Endzeit Burial

MORE INFO:
www.facebook.com/Funeralopolisofdeath
www.funeralopolis.bandcamp.com

www.memento-mori.es
www.facebook.com/memento.mori.label

About Michael Juvinall (3895 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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