COFFIN CURSE stream new album

Chilean death metallers Coffin Curse stream the entirety of their highly anticipated second album, The Continuous Nothing, at the Death Metal Promotion YouTube channel. Set for international release on April 22nd via Memento Mori, hear Coffin Curse’s The Continuous Nothing in its entirety exclusively here: Coffin Curse (Chl) – The Continuous Nothing (Album 2024) (

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!