Ossuary Anex - Obscurantism Apogee CD
The music this band has been making feels like an untapped wellspring of death metal brilliance that seems so unappreciated that I feel like I'm living in a different world. Over the course of three full-lengths and a five-song EP, Ossuary Anex has staked out quite an impressive sonic territory for themselves which feels contrary to their apparent lack of impact on the scene. Perhaps they came along too late into an over-crowded scene, playing a form of doom-laden but subtly-melodic brutal death metal that sounds not too different from bands that have risen and fallen long before Ossuary Anex came into existence. To the nay-sayers I ask: what has Glen Benton done for you lately?