Greek death metallers Cadaver Coils premiere the new track “Wings as Blades” at heavily trafficked web-portal MetalBite.com. The track is the second to be revealed from the band’s highly anticipated debut album, Offerings of Rapture and Decay, set for international release on May 27th via Iron Bonehead Productions. Hear Cadaver Coils‘ “Wings as Blades” in its entirety exclusively HERE.
Hailing from Greece, Cadaver Coils took shape on Athenian soil during the winter of 2021. The work of one mysterious man, Offerings of Rapture and Decay is the band’s first recording, right after its formation. Sublimely simple and straightforward, Cadaver Coils don’t pretend to be anything they’re not nor try to “progress” anything that doesn’t need progressing in the first place. Rather, this pure ‘n’ proud old-school DEATH METAL, suffused with the stench of doom and blackened with an atmosphere most sinister. Across the six-song/37-minute album, the intention of violence is obvious; so is the black aura surrounding it, slowly inhaled to the lungs. It’s gnarly and physical in all the best ways, and emboldened by big ‘n’ thick production which highlights that grimy physicality. Not to mention the tasteful inclusion of wailing-into-the-abyss leads, which further makes Offerings of Rapture and Decay a sulfurous spin…
Those who pray at the black altar of Finland’s Mythos or especially contemporaneous Belial or even equally early Obsecration are wholeheartedly encouraged to partake of these Offerings of Rapture and Decay and begin ensnaring themselves in Cadaver Coils.
Step forward to that altar with the brand-new track “Wings as Blades” exclusively HERE, courtesy of MetalBite.com. Step even closer with the previously revealed “Splenetic Voices” HERE at Iron Bonehead‘s Soundcloud. Cover and tracklisting are as follows:
Tracklisting for Cadaver Coils’ Offerings of Rapture and Decay
1. Wings As Blades [6:26]
2. Fruits Of Avarice [6:15]
3. Splenetic Voices [6:23]
4. Tongue Of The Beast [2:47]
5. Arid Sand Tomb [7:30]
6. A Sovereign, A Monarch [7:32]