Revolver Magazine is now hosting an exclusive stream of Steeping Corporeal Mess, the debut LP from cult Pacific Northwest US death metal act, FETID. The exclusive advance listen to the gruesome album hits just ahead of its official release through 20 Buck Spin this Friday.
Steeping Corporeal Mess was recorded, mixed, and mastered by Greg Wilkinson (Necrot, Vastum, Ulthar) and wrapped in grim artwork by Daniel Hermosilla. Offers FETID drummer Jullian Rhea, “After a year and a half of waiting, we are finally able to unleash these recordings. We are not only eager to share these sonic abominations, but also, to continue descending down this slowly submerging, sewage-ridden-leftovers of a path that once was and deliver whatever delicious offals that may survive this wake of pungency to wherever the listeners may still exist.”
Notes Revolver, “Steeping Corporeal Mess is a six-track monster that, despite the advanced song lengths, never truly goes ‘prog’ or into the far reaches of space – FETID just keep treating us to plenty of good old-fashioned blasts, guttural vocals and riffs, riffs and more riffs.”
Stream FETID’s Steeping Corporeal Mess at Revolver Magazine RIGHT HERE.
FETID has confirmed their performance at this year’s installment of Brooklyn-based Stardust VII on July 4th and 5th alongside The Ruins Of Beverast, Dead Congregation, Witch Vomit, Daeva, and more. This is directly followed by Metal Threat in Chicago July 6th and 7th also with Witch Vomit as well as Deceased, Cardiac Arrest, Mausoleum, and others. A full US tour is in the works for late summer with labelmates Cerebral Rot. Watch for new tour dates to be revealed in the weeks ahead.
While home to fertile forests, soaring peaks, and copious precipitation, the Pacific Northwest lately has also become a breeding ground for something more nefarious, more grotesque, more… FETID.
Since 2016, FETID has steadily swelled like a venereal boil upon death metal’s infected anatomy. The band’s Sentient Pile Of Amorphous Rot demo introduced the mustiest corners of the globe to the band’s abhorrent peculiarities. Now, having sliced into the furthest reaches of some unfortunate’s intestinal mucosa they’ve ripped out a Steeping Corporeal Mess of festering death metal barbarity.
FETID‘s Steeping Corporeal Mess promises to be one of the most decimating LP’s of the death metal genre this year. All one needs to know is that from the opening of “Reeking Within” to the closing moments of “Draped In What Was,” FETID consumes from the inside out, tearing through flesh, liquefying and engulfing the entire host body into formless horror. “Feel it breathe, feel your fear, the time is now, they are here…” Fans of Undergang, Autopsy, Cerebral Rot, Rottrevore, Morpheus Descends, and Infester, this is for you.