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The Metal Insight Podcast #48

PODCAST: As genre boundaries blur, Malthusian's 'Across Deaths' sits at the far edges of death, black and doom

Matt and Andy plumb the depths



We’ve been waiting quite some time for the new Malthusian album.

Both the self titled and ‘Below The Hengiform’ established them as a significant creative voice blending black, death and doom metals but going far below each.

As they prepare to release ‘Across Deaths’, Matt and Andy from the band discuss how they’ve gone even further past traditional lines to compose these eccentric, brutal tracks.

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9 Comments
  1. Cheers CT. You should have beeped me every time I said ‘fuck’ for the laugh. Mightn’t have had much left to use though haha. I’m a disgrace.

  2. Prodigious swearing. Very impressive.

  3. CT. You are great at this. Look forward to the next.

  4. Thanks Podhl – please do leave a review on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts… all helps!

  5. Next question

  6. Are Malthusian & Vassafor contorted spawn of Saturn?

  7. Funny you should mention Saturn as the artwork Tim Grieco made for the cover is called ‘Saturn I’ and is the first part in a series, the other parts of which will appear in the forthcoming Sempiternal Dusk album. He showed me a couple of early sketches for the other designs and I’m looking forward to seeing they turn out and if they compliment our cover.

  8. Cool interview that’s nicely punctuated at regular intervals by a can being cracked open.

  9. Interesting listen. Really looking forward to hearing the album. Enjoyed the first release but found Below the Hengiform difficult to get in to. I think the production as noted let it down slightly. Must listen to it again to see if it clicks better.

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