Zbrusu nové album polské death metalové kapely. Precizní old school v duchu té nejlepší staré americké tradice.
Polish death metal quartet CINIS are back with the third full length. "Lies That Comfort Me" brings forth nine pummeling tracks of tumultuous death metal with massive homage paid to Florida legends and forerunners of the genre, MORBID ANGEL, DEICIDE, and CANNIBAL CORPSE as well as more technical influence from countrymates VADER and DECAPITATED. "Lies That Comfort Me" was recorded between October 2021 and March 2020, engineered by Lukasz Bielemuk, then mixed and mastered at Hertz Studio (BEHEMOTH, VADER, TRAUMA, DECAPITATED). The album is completed with artwork and layout by Tomasz "Hal" Halicki (VADER, DEAD INFECTION).
“In the music itself, the song is a fast-paced but jolting barrage of maniacally slugging riffs, hyper-speed drum blasting, and bestial, belly-deep growls. Sounds of sadistic viciousness also well up in hornet-swarm chords, and delirium reigns in outbursts of squirming and darting fretwork, capped by a sinister, slithering solo.” - NO CLEAN SINGING
"If you like old-school death metal, there’s a lot to like about Lies That Comfort Me. Influenced in equal measure by the American old guard of Deicide, Morbid Angel and Cannibal Corpse and fellow Poles Vader and Decapitated for a little technical flair, Lies That Comfort Me is a meat-and-potatoes death metal album executed with precision." - METAL SUCKS