Track By Tracks: Onchocerciasis Esophagogastroduodenoscopy - The Rotted Plinth Of Sachiel (2021)

1. The Rotted Plinth of Sachiel:

When it came to the opening track, we wanted something that was more akin to our previous material, such as on Interspecies Defloration & Adoration of Decaying Innocence. So, in a way, this first track is a sort of fanservice, for those who might not prefer where we've decided to take our sound. And in saying that, the track also helps contrast the difference in where we were as a band, and where we want to be going forward. We're still diehard fans of that type of music, but we find ourselves wanting to create something a little more technical and dissonant. 

2. Facial Gutting:

This track isn't anything too different or crazy, but it is one of my personal favourites, and it's also my favourite title on the record; it's just so ridiculous. Speed was the name of the game when most of these tracks were forming, and you can start to see it here. 

3. Bloodroot & Blazing Sun:

This is where things start to change and where Caleb starts to really spread his wings as a musician, delivering a dose of dissonance and technicality that this record needed.

4. Flayed Tellurian Husk:

Probably the heaviest track on the record, but it depends what your definition of heavy is I suppose. Vocally, this was also the most reworked track on the album. Every track, except Profane Psalms, had the entire vocal take finished and entirely re-recorded at least twice.

5. Fervid Genital Skinning:

Much like track 2, this isn't anything too crazy, it's simply fast and heavy, just how we like it.

6. Alluvial Maelstrom of Frenzied Self-Mutilation:

Yikes, that title is a bit of a mouthful, as is the music itself, but the title is quite fitting. The track feels like an unfettered maelstrom of instrumentation and bestial vocals. Definitely, one of the most fun to record.

7. The Rose of Jericho:

Probably the most beautiful track on the record, which I know might sound like a weird way to describe such.. noise, but there is an underlying beauty to it that I really love. If you enjoy tracks like this and Bloodroot, you'll want to stick around for future material. 

8. At the Gates of Unyielding Abuse:

The prelude to the closing track. Quite spooky. 

9. Profane Psalms Carved into the Palms of God:

We knew that we had to end the album with a bang and what better way to do that than to record our slowest song yet? Haha. This is an approach to music that the both of us had wanted to experiment with for a long time, and we decided to wear our influence proudly on our sleeves with this one. There are countless bands who inspire and influence us, but above them all is Disentomb and Defeated Sanity, and I feel that this track acts as a sort of tribute to them.

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