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The third full length of Poland based band DIRA MORTIS brings forth seven intense, massive and crushing death metal songs influenced by bands like INCANTATION, IMMOLATION and AUTOPSY. “Ancient Breath Of Forgotten Misanthrophy” was recorded, mixed and mastered in Roslyn Studios with producer Krzysztof Godycki (Kult Mogił, Morda Stigmata, Stillborn, Ulcer).
"They bring to bear spine-shaking heaviness, ravaging ferocity, monstrous vocal expulsions, turn-on-a-dime tempo dynamism, and a rich panoply of riveting guitar solos that traverse a wide range of moods with compelling effect." - NO CLEAN SINGING
"This album is a perfect example of how Death Metal is to be played and presented. Solid, in your face, no frills, no fillers!" - VOICES FROM THE DARKSIDE
"You can tell a ton of thought and care was put into the structure of this album, especially when the three major focuses are black, death and doom. How do you keep that sounding so interesting for 40-odd minutes? Dira Mortis have managed it. What a Christmas present it is." - GBHBL.com
DIRA MORTIS came into existence in 1998 in Gorlice, Poland, and continues to serve a powerful dose of ominous cemetery stench death metal. To date, the band has released records through the likes of Defense Records and Let It Bleed, with two full-length albums among a long line of demos, EPs, and more fleshing out their discography. In 2014, a compilation featuring the band’s early demos called Rusty Razor Cuts was released, and the following year, the band released their second album, Psalms Of Morbid Existence, which was highly appreciated in the music press and was promoted on many shows in Poland. DIRA MORTIS has played live alongside the likes of Marduk, Immolation, Parricide, Deformed, Antigama, Hypnos, Patologicum, Terrordome, and Chaos Synopsis.
1. Legions Heading For Eternity
2. Worship The Terror Of Madness
3. Sepulchral Maniac
4. Twilight Of Divine Purgatory
5. The Falling Majesty Of Abomination
6. Forward To The Abyss Of Misanthropy
7. The Altars Fall