Woes of Mortal Devotion by Mefitic, released 15 June 2015 1. Grievous Subsidence 2. Obloquī 3. Noxious Epiclesis 4. Eroding the Oblates of the Lord 5. Mendacious Psalmodĭa 6. The Tomb of Amaleq 7. Pain 8. The Swirling Columns of Staleness ANTI-GOTH 277 All too often a band emerges from the underground, records a promising demo or EP, and soon after, under some perceived notion of urgency, releases a lackluster debut album rife with impotent filler tracks, and is thus discarded to the overpopulated scrap pile of mediocre metal bands
Woes of Mortal Devotion (2015) by Mefitic. Labels: Nuclear War Now! Productions. Genres: Black Metal, Death Metal .
Band: Mefitic Album: Woes of Mortal Devotion Type: Full-length Released: April 30, 2015 Genre: Blackened Death Metal Country: Italy (Bergamo, Lombardy) Quality: mp3 320 kbps Label: Nuclear War Now! Productions. Tracklist: 1. Grievous Subsidence - 06:46 2. Obloquī - 03:01 3. Noxious Epiclesis - 05:10 4. Eroding the Oblates of the Lord - 06:14 5. Mendacious Psalmodĭa - 01:59 6. The Tomb of Amaleq - 06:04 7. Pain - 05:20 8. The Swirling Columns of Staleness - 06:24. Catalyst - The Great Purpose of the Lords (2019). GREAT NEW Band, Be Following Them Since 1st Release, Thanx!!! Today, 05:22. You're welcome gentlemen.
Mefitic discography (all). lt; Columns of Subsidence (2012). Woes of Mortal Devotion.
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The birth of Mefitic dates back to 2004. During nearly ten years of activity, Mefitic have released a collection of demos and splits, lurking in the underground with a few carefully curated live appearances. Nearly six years after the release of their last demo "Signing the Servants of God", Mefitic emerged from light into utter darkness with the album "Woes of Mortal Devotion", released under the banner of Nuclear War Now! Productions in 2015. The band has since played few but carefully selected shows, each time succeeding in creating a suffocating atmosphere