There’s a lot to take in on the newest EP from Hungarian blackened, sludge hardcore band CVLT OF GRACE, but the five-piece is one of the few bands who could deliver an crushing offering of such punishing glut, expansive musicianship, and devastating beauty.
“Sorrow From You” marks the band’s sixth EP, and comes after 6 years of silence. It proves their craft has grown larger and turned into something they could call their own. A true pilgrimage of apocalyptic heaviness.
The album through impersonating bitterness and loneliness tells stories of biting solitude and abandonment. The lyrics represent how it feels to live together with trauma, nightmares and a thousand thoughts rooted from one’s childhood, which defines an individual’s personality and life.
After a While, slowly, we became friends.
I am the darkest corner of the room.
Nobody wants to go there.