Prosanctus Inferi – Pandemonic Ululations of Vesperic Palpitations

Prosanctus Inferi


Dark, brutal, dirty, relentless, evil, and vile; this is truly a horrific album, made from the nightmares of sick and twisted minds. The cover exemplifies the music perfectly; ugly, twisted, and an affront to the senses.

Prosanctus Inferi is a American black/death metal band with grind aestethics. As usual with grind bands, the songs are fast and harsh, and a bit on the repetetive side. Compared to “traditional” grind bands, Prosanctus Inferi is much darker, with a more sinister feel to them, and the song are much more fleshed out and longer. As such, Pandemonic Ululations of Vesperic Palpitations is more cohesive.

Pandemonic Ululations of Vesperic Palpitations (what’s with the facination with long, medical terms with grind bands?), is a great album and definitely worth checking out. It features the artwork of the painter Francis Bacon, the piece is titled Head I. (1948) His artwork fits the tone of the music beautifully and his other works are equally distrubing.

I. Flayed Ecclesian Sophistry
II. Lips of Plasma Vomiting Sanctimonious Pyx
III. Scorching the Monad Firmament
IIII. Conjugal Orgy in the Sacred Heart of Vespers
V. Fumigating Portentious Sacrilegium
VI. Priory Darkness of Choral Flesh
VII. Cauterizing Unholy Lesions
VIII. Pontifical Undulations of Blasphemic Gesticulation
IX. Burning Vestal Apocrypha
X. Fratricide in the Holy House of God
XI. Depraved Machinations
XII. Sacreligious Desecration in Excelsis
XIII. Echoes of Pestilential Synod

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