Chuck Schuldiner Project

Wednesday, March 9, 2022

Come To Grief - When The World Dies

At long last, Come To Grief, the band that came from the ashes of Grief have put out their debut. After years of EP's, splits and singles we can suffer under a full length from these masters of sludge. One of the most ridiculously heavy, slow and genuinely gnarly bands in the world, it's a delight to really immerse yourself in the darkness of Come To Grief and to experience the raw misery that they extol on When The World Dies. This is nihilistic sludge metal at its best, unquestionably heavy and destined to leave you gasping for air.

There is something potent and weirdly charming about the sonic crush of When The World Dies. It's a record that continuously gets heavier and bleaker. There is no light at the end of the tunnel for Come To Grief, only more suffering. These songs are absolute stompers, monuments to a world that seems on the verge of destroying itself. All the classic Grief and Come To Grief tropes are here. It's the sort of sludge metal devastation that can only be wrought after over 30 years of playing together and exploring the darkest corners of humanity. There is a real sense of gnashing of teeth that makes this a compelling offering, one few others can compare too. 

When The World Dies is a crusher any way you slice it. It's a record that will leave listeners terrified and which continually pushes the band to demented new heights. I personally am deeply enamored with the devastation wrought within and the bands unique way of laying out the darkness is despicably delightful. Join me in turning these freakish anthems to a fallen world all the way up and get lost in the neverending sorrow of what they portray. Come To Grief may not be for everyone, but for the select few who love it, this is all that matters. 

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