COFFIN CURSE premiere new track

Chilean death metallers Coffin Curse premiere the new track „Reeking Filth of Ages“ at heavily trafficked web-portal The track is the second to be revealed from the band’s highly anticipated second album, The Continuous Nothing, set for international release on April 22nd via Memento Mori: AN NCS PREMIERE: COFFIN CURSE – „REEKING FILTH OF AGES“ – NO CLEAN SINGING

Although Chile’s Coffin Curse came into being in 2012 as a side-project of Inanna’s Max Neira, it didn’t take long for the band to assert their own identity. A demo was released that same year, to be followed by a handful of EPs and splits, all before culminating in Coffin Curse’s debut album for Memento Mori, Ceased to Be. A fresh breath of old air, Ceased to Be was as exemplary of 1990 death metal than it was 2020 „death metal.“ In their „regressive“ / elevated state of mind, DEATH METAL back then possessed charisma and songwriting, chops and more than a bit of madness. Maybe class, too? Compared to so much riff-salad wank that’s followed, Coffin Curse were indeed classy.

Now, four years later, Coffin Curse are back to reassert that classiness with The Continuous Nothing. Thankfully, LP#2 is a logical continuation of that not-inconsiderable debut: timeless, taut, and terrorizing, actual songwriting is pushed to the fore with ceaselessly catchy riffing and an abundance of haunting-the-chapel leads. Also thankfully, Coffin Curse are unafraid of displaying their influences here – Morbid Angel, Deicide, and Immolation during their turn-of-the-’90s heydays, as well as the viciousness of founding fathers Possessed, Massacre, and Chile’s Pentagram – but once again, the duo’s charisma pushes The Continuous Nothing into the realm of inspired rather than „inspired by,“ as each of the album’s nine songs surges & slices with maximum memorability and quite-literally-dangerous execution. But, through it all, The Continuous Nothing engages because of its classic / classy songwriting and none-more-powerful production, where each instrument is organic and almost-overwhelming in its true-to-life physicality. No popcorn or punch-ins here!

Once again, Daniel Hermosilla (Nox Fragor Art) provides the dark-psychedelic icing on the cake with his cover artwork. For those who worship such vital follow-ups as Legion, Retribution, and Blessed are the Sick, Coffin Curse’s The Continuous Nothing is for you!