The new Godless Angel album, “They Lurk”, received great praise in a feature on MetalSucks!
“They Lurk is Godless Angel’s fifth album, and it’s absolutely his most developed one yet. Neibarger has brewed up a sonic stew of influences from classic death metal — a lot of classic DM — and beyond, with the groove of Morbid Angel, the brutality of Nile, the sophistication of Death and the evil vibes of Slayer all showing their ugly heads. It’ll make a damn fine soundtrack to your work day on this gloomy winter morning.”
Read the full article here!
Doomed to Darkness has posted an 8/10 review of the new Godless Angel EP, “They Lurk”! Read the full review here!
Atomic Zombie Records presents “They Lurk”, the fifth release from the Lawrence, Kansas based one man death metal machine, Godless Angel. Formed in 2012 by vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, Derek Neibarger, Godless Angel has evolved from an old school death metal throwback to a progressive death metal beast, incorporating death, groove, thrash, doom, and horror inspired lyrcs.
In 1973, Osage County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a domestic disturbance call on a family farm outside of Overbrook, Kansas. They discovered the bodies of Marie Swafford and her son, Jay. Husband and father, Walter Swafford, was nowhere to be found, leaving three year old June as the lone survivor.
“They Lurk” explores the local mythology behind these grisly murders over four chapters of blistering, progressive death metal.
“They Lurk” can be streamed and downloaded (for name-your-price) on the Atomic Zombie Records Bandcamp page:
Atomic Zombie Records, the home of Godless Angel, now has it’s very own Bandcamp page! Launching with the entire Godless Angel discography and the debut album from Unholy Diver, the site will also feature upcoming releases from Wretched Spawn, Morbid Zombie, Nuclear Abyss, and Gore Stained!
The original Godless Angel bandcamp page will stay online and feature all past, present, and future releases. Head over to the Atomic Zombie Records Bandcamp page to stream and download music now!
Here’s a great review of “The Conjuring of Four” by Scott from Skull Fracturing Metal!