Satanath Records is an exciting label that specializes in delivering quality metal and covers all metal genres. The label is fronted by the young, gifted and enthusiastic Aleksey Korolyov. The first release we received from Satanath Records was a band named Vomitile and their new record Pure Eternal Hate. That record is the third offering from Vomitile, and contains much, including a very god vocal from Khatch Yildizian which also plays bass. Yildizian sings direct and brutal, but he has full control and it’s reasonably impressive vocal and understandable what he sing.
Vomitile take a song-based approach to their carnage, creating songs that are more focused on engaging the listener through riffs and hooks than trying to be the most technical, overly brutal, flashiest, etc. In that sense this is very honest music, it does exactly what it sets out to, and also reflects the passion and enthusiasm of its creators.
Pure Eternal Hate is lyrically centered on war and slaughter, and are definitely not for weak souls. The album title cover adequately Vomitile’s brand of punishing death metal, and they give us 37 minutes of material to become battered and bruised by. Vomitile is influenced by several sources, but these are merely influences as Vomitile have their own personality fully-formed and intact. The music is fast and explosive, but machine-precise in its delivery of annihilating barbarism. It rushes ahead like an accelerated tank attack right from the start, delivering a mix of seething, jolting, and rapidly darting riffs, plus fusillades of galloping, hammering, and bullet-spraying drum work.
Vomitile bask in the power and glory of true, honest death metal. Unfiltered and unadorned, the songs on this album revel in their brutal assault. With chunky grooves, gruesome energy, and punishing blast beats, this is a collection of barbaric songs that are well-written and confident. The album has a primal, explosive power to it born from a familiarity with what made the early death metal trailblazers so enduring. Thunderous bass lines add to the spinal trauma inflicted by the track, while the growled vocals are downright rabid in their viciousness.
Vomitile hail from the Mediterranean island nation of Cyprus, which they’ve turned into ground zero for their own detonations of hard-charging, war-like death metal since 2007.