ENTHRALLMENT’s People From the Lands of Vit Out Now On United Guttural Records

People From the Lands of Vit, from Bulgarian death metal act ENTHRALLMENT, is now available via United Guttural Records. ENTHRALLMENT’s music is brutal yet technical, early 90’s era death  metal. All instruments play a major role in the formation of every intense song. The string section is totally heavy and sick, delivering riff after memorable riff. Driving percussion blasts and pounds and ultimately reinterprets shredding riffs into headbang-inducing hooks, while intensely pissed off guttural vocals deliver the sadistic sermon.  Their sound has been compared to Suffocation, Cannibal Corpse and Devourment. The cover art of the album, entitled “Hell,” is a creation of Bulgarian artist Stefan Stefanov.

Watch the video for “Fruits of Pain and Blue Sky” at this location

Chronicle of Sorrow

Devoted to Delusion

Psychological Storm

A Full Land of Worms… From the River to the Void

Chemical Romance

Obsessed by Just Anger

Walking Through the Thorns

Fruits of Pain and Blue Sky

Punishment for Baneful

Unholy Diviners

Over the years ENTHRALLMENT have toured extensively throughout Europe as a headlining act and as  support with bands like Malevolent Creation, Rotting Christ, Rotten  Sound and Deicide. They have shared the stage with Obituary,  Sinister, Mystic Circle, Napalm Death, Destruction, Vital Remains, Dead  Infection & Misery Index and have been featured at several  festivals including Hellhammer Fest & Obscene Extreme.

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