Album Review: SuuM – Buried Into The Grave (Endless Winter/Hellas Records)

Italian doomsters, SuuM will release their debut album, Buried Into The Grave on March 10th 2018 with a CD version via Endless Winter & a tape version via Hellas Records!

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The toiling of the bell, the twisted guitar riffs, the gothic vocals…SuuM deliver instant doomy gratification with Tower of Oblivion. It’s reminiscent of classic British doom band, Cathedral with a little early Sabbath thrown in.

SuuM are all about the deep & bothersome riffing thoughout as they are at the forefront of tracks like Black Mist & Last Sacrifice. With an occasional sharp solo thrown in to mix things up.

The flashes of malice that makes itself known on the likes of Buried into the Grave & Seeds of Decay come as a nice surprise too. SuuM deliver a real treat of darkened & deep doom here. One with a sense of purpose & structure.

Saying that they can also produce smart & emotive melody, the penultimate track, The Woods are Waiting is an eerie toned instrumental. A track that utilises the subtle sounds of a storm perfectly.

One final thundering & layered doom track finishes off a hugely eventful & satisfying album. SuuM combine much of the old-school with a natural & contemporary sound.

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SuuM – Buried into the Grave Full Track Listing:

1. Tower of Oblivion
2. Black Mist
3. Buried into the Grave
4. Last Sacrifice
5. Seeds of Decay
6. The Woods Are Waiting
7. Shadows Haunt the Night

 

 

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SuuM - Buried Into The Grave (Endless Winter/Hellas Records)
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