Ov Sulfur is the sound of a musical left-hand path that is nothing short of sonically jarring, lyrically blasphemous and utterly epic in its delivery.The Las Vegas band’s Century Media debut, The Burden Ov Faith is blackened deathcore that challenges the genre’s conventions, while inviting comparisons to Dimmu Borgir or Behemoth in their prime, with an ominous sense of melody dotting their dark musical landscapes. At the centre of it, ex-Suffokate vocalist Ricky Hoover reemerges as a force to contend with, condemning the trappings of conservative religiosity on tracks like the album’s volcanic opener, Stained in Rot or the unforgettable Death Ov Circumstance.Produced by Morgoth Beatz (Winds of Plague, Polyphia) and mixed by Josh Schroeder (Lorna Shore, Mental Cruelty) with co-conspirators including Slaughter To Prevail vocalist Alex Terrible, ex-Killswitch Engage/Light The Torch frontman, Howard Jones amongst others lending their voices to the unholy choir, this is a plunge into darkness as unrelenting as it is unforgettable.
- Stained In Rot
- Befouler (ft. Alex Terrible)
- Unraveling (ft. Left to Suffer / Taylor Barber)
- Death Ov Circumstance
- A Path to Salvation?
- I, Apostate
- Wide Open (ft. Light The Torch / Howard Jones)
- The Inglorious Archetype
- The Burden Ov Faith (ft. Bodysnatcher / Kyle Medina and Lindsay Schoolcraft)