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  • Mefitic - Woes of Mortal Devotion Nuclear War Now! Productions, Genre: Death/Black Metal 1. Grievous Subsidence 2. Obloqui 3. Noxious Epiclesis 4. Eroding the Oblates of the Lord 5. Mendacious Psalmodia 6. The Tomb of Amaleq 7. Pain 8. The Swirling Columns of Staleness When I heard Mefitic was finally going to get the CD treatment I was.
  • Woes of Mortal Devotion is a murky, nostril clogging, year old air stench-greeting sarcophagus. In that sarcophagus is a stone tomb. In that sarcophagus is a stone tomb. Once the record gets going, it’s like removing the tomb lid to reveal a red and black hued abyssal emptiness, then leaping in.
  • The fearless warrior known as General Grievous has a story to him, from his ascension to Droid Army commander to his demise on Utapau. Many do not know everything he faced, or the trials he endured. A reconciliation of Grievous's canon and Legends origins into one story, as well as some major battles he faced during the Clone Wars.
  • May 31,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Woes Of Mortal Devotion on Discogs/5(14).
  • Mefitic is an Italian black/death outfit that released their debut full length album, Woes of Mortal Devotion, through the infamous Nuclear War Now!Productions in April of The band has been lurking in the underground since but, despite a steady stream of demos since their formation, has yet to make huge waves in the scene.
  • Oct 05,  · Mefitic - Woes of Mortal Devotion () Album Photo by 멀록기사. Format: CD. 16 likes. 2 Mefitic Album Photos. Mefitic - Woes of Mortal Devotion () Album Photo by 멀록기사. Format: CD. 16 likes. 2 Mefitic Album Photos. Search. New Albums Grievous Subsidence () 2.
  • Mefitic – Woes Of Mortal Devotion (Nuclear War Now) EP’s and splits with the likes of Goatreich and Necrovomit but one listen to Woes Of Mortal Devotion makes it quite clear that they have pretty much achieved their goal. Opener ‘Grievous Subsidence’ eerily sets up atmosphere and thick bass work and drums slowly ebbing in.
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