CTHONICA – Venezuelan Black/Death Metal Necromancers Release Horrific Sophomore MLP – Full Release Unveiled At CVLT Nation

Sentient Ruin is happy to present you with the release of “The Lesser Incantations of Chthonic Lore”, the new mini album by Venezuelan nekromantik black/death metal plague CTHONICA, released in collaboration with Caligari Records handling the cassette format.

Venezuelan aural plague Cthonica re-emerge from the sepulchers and sewers of Caracas with a new chapter in their abominable saga of repulsive and sepulchral ritualistic raw black/death metal. Hideous beyond comprehension and utterly horrific, “The Lesser Incantations of Chthonic Lore” was conceived as some kind of perverse telepathic link to the underworld and it reconfirms the Venezuelan necromancers as an absolute horror of creation. Across its three mammoth spells of slithering cacophony and ritualized horrors, on the horrific new MLP Cthonica regurgitate another stomach-churning thirty-minute subterranean emanation of death ridden incantations and complete aural deformities, rummaging the depths of total perversion and abandon to unearth one of the most nauseating, primitive, and hallucinatory rituals of aural blasphemies to have been vomited out of South America in recent years. 

Closing track “The Lesser Incantations of Chthonic Lore (Black Flame Plague)” features guest lead vocals by M.A.. singer for US black/doom band Abstracter.

“The Lesser Incantations of Chthonic Lore” MLP was exclusively premiered this past week in full via CVLT Nation, while the track “The Bonds of Infernal Abhorrence” was revealed earlier last month via Antichrist Magazine.

“The Lesser Incantations of Chthonic Lore” MLP was unleashed this padt Friday March 5 in occasion of Bandcamp Friday on LP/digital formats with Caligari Records handling the cassette format.

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