The United Kingdom's Grave Miasma will be returning in 2016 with a new mini-album that will be called Endless Pilgrimage. This thirty-five minute mini-album follows the band's 2013 release, Odori Sepulcrorum, and promises to go deeper into darker, more progressive and atmospheric territories. Grave Miasma has a strong background in death and other extreme genres of metal. Its members are in bands such asCruciamentum and Deströyer 666. The band was formerly known as Goat Molestör before changing their name in 2006.
Accompanying the announcement of Grave Miasma's new album is a new song. "Purgative Circumvolution" is the third song on the five-song Endless Pilgrimage. Its near five-minute run time is loaded with complex riffs and hyper-aggressive drums that will make even the most casual death metal fan take notice. It has a bit of an old-school death metal vibe, much like the aforementioned Cruciamentum's Charnel Passages that came out last year. This first track bodes incredibly well for what is to come from Grave Miasma.
1. Yama Transforms to the Afterlife 06:55
2. Utterance of the Foulest Spirit 07:28
3. Purgative Circumvolution 04:49
4. Glorification of the Impure 05:22
5. Full Moon Dawn 08:44