• Unholy fuck, Dephosphorus is back with a new album called "Sublimation" and it fucking KILLS! This band has always been special and in a world of their own, and this release only proves that they can’t be fucked with! No other band can create the Cosmic-infused Hardcore Grind that Dephosphorus manifests. Honestly, I shouldn’t even use labels to describe the music that this band puts forth because it’s truly otherworldly. I will say of this record that the band has expanded their sonic foundation to allow for more ethereal melodic valleys to give the listener more space to imagine and feel where the band is coming from! Respect due to Dephosphorus for kicking ass again - this is a sound that can’t be duplicated! (Seldmadegod Records)
  • The LP comes on 180g vinyl, contains a 4 pg. 12" inlay, A2 Poster, Sticker and Download Card! Unholy fuck, Dephosphorus is back with a new album called "Sublimation" and it fucking KILLS! This band has always been special and in a world of their own, and this release only proves that they can’t be fucked with! No other band can create the Cosmic-infused Hardcore Grind that Dephosphorus manifests. Honestly, I shouldn’t even use labels to describe the music that this band puts forth because it’s truly otherworldly. I will say of this record that the band has expanded their sonic foundation to allow for more ethereal melodic valleys to give the listener more space to imagine and feel where the band is coming from! Respect due to Dephosphorus for kicking ass again - this is a sound that can’t be duplicated! (7 Degrees Records / Nerve Altar Records)
  • LP is pressed on 180g black heavy weight vinyl, 300g Sleeve with black print inside, black innersleeves and includes a Poster and Sticker!
    One year after the CD/ Tape release, the vinyl version of this masterpiece finally will see the light of day!! The LP edition will feature a slightly remixed version of the album and has been re-mastered for vinyl.
    With 6 vinyl releases spanning from 2011 to 2015, the Athenians are embarked on a cosmic quest. Their concept and aesthetics draw influences from cosmology, astronomy and science fiction literature, as well as the associated sociopolitical and existential repercussions.
    Being impossible to describe their music style by using one or two genre references, they have chosen to call it “astrogrind”.
    (7 Degrees Records)