Enter the rotten crypt of Brazil’s ESCARNIUM, a diabolical blackened shrine of decadent death worshipping mayhem! Brutal in its approach and uncompromisingly viscous in its savagery, this is the sound of true death fucking metal! Taking cues from legendary acts like Vital Remains, Incantation, and Immolation, ESCARNIUM wish to drag you on a most unfortunate tour through the depravity of their never-ending death metal nightmare. Welcome to hell….
INTERITUS, a word of Latin origin, literally translates to ruin; violent/untimely death/extinction; destruction/dissolution; the perfect title to compliment the devastating force within.
ESCARNIUM’s goal with “INTERITUS” was to take their brand of traditional death metal to the deepest abysmal depths, both musically & conceptually, while maintaining the identity they have carved out with their earlier offerings.
To aid in this, the band enlisted ABORTED’s own, John Bart Van Der Wal, at Hewwetover Studios in the Netherlands to handle the mixing & mastering duties. With JB behind the board, “INTERITUS” explodes through the speakers like cannon blasts and artillery mortar fire!
“INTERITUS” is ESCARNIUM’s finest work to date… and like the album title suggests, exhibit caution while listening, or it may just lead to your own demise….
ESCARNIUM was born in 2007 in Salvador, Brazil. The bands sole mission was to make simple classic Death Metal in the vein of Old School Death Metal of the 80’s & 90’s.
In 2009, ESCARNIUM recorded and released the debut demo entitled “Covered in Decadence,” which yielded good results and opened doors with Distros, Labels and Zines in Brazil and other countries.
Within these was Polish Distro, Fukking Till You Bleed, which released the 2010 Split Tape “Celebrating the World of Decadence” with the band INSIDE HATRED.
In 2011, ESCARNIUM recorded the EP called “Rex Verminorum” which was released by Polish label Hellthrasher.
In May 2012 their first full length album ”Excruciating Existence” was released and supported by a European Tour. Two other splits would follow in 2012 & 2014 on Imperial Doom and Misanthropic Records.