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Deceiver

by Khemmis

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daemoncline
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daemoncline A truly epic saga told in clean vocals and death growls, wrapped up in death, black, power, and doom metal. There are no defaults here: genres and styles are just tools used to convey the desired mood, and Khemmis interchanges them effortlessly and with purpose. Somehow, it’s incredibly cohesive and compelling. Plus, the artwork is absolutely SICK. 11/10 buying a shirt, or maybe a dozen. Buy this album, then go check out their store before I buy it all…
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owhotcoffee Khemmis heard all the criticism about the dual vocal approach, threw up a giant middle finger, and wrote a beautiful, nuanced, soaring, melodic doom record that is only strengthened by brief forays into black and death. It’s a great listen and I love how they haven’t compromised their sound.
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Tony Pelletier Scored some tickets to see Mastodon/Opeth in April and found out these guys were opening. It made me rediscover them and now I'm hooked. Favorite track: Living Pyre.
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released November 19, 2021

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Khemmis Denver, Colorado

Doomed heavy metal.

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