Really well produced and played throughout! Slow and plodding (in places) OSDM but not afraid to go all guns blazing when required. Vocals are akin to cavernous bellows and fit the mood perfectly. Looking forward to a second full length. Should be bigger on the DM scene!! Neil Grace
Another old discovery which I bought late.
Even though the basically old-school approach, Ossuary seems to push the boundaries of what death metal can be, by playing a slower kind of variant of the genre while blending it with influences from other extremes, breaking down the stereotype that death metal has got to be always so fast, technical and growl-ridden.
The vocals are really unique and if you can't hear the Bolt Thrower-ness of this record you're plain deaf.
THE RIFFS!!! activa44