Disma ‎– Towards The Megalith

Profound Lore Records ‎– PFL-080
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Recorded at Sound Spa Studios, Edison, New Jersey.
Mastered at The Vault - March - April 2011.

Released in a six-panel Digipak.

© DismaDeath 2011

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker on shrink wrap): 616892153368
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): PFL080 K1608B
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI L534
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 9216
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): >PFL080 K1608B
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L534
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 9220

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PFL-080LP Disma Towards The Megalith(LP, Album, RE, Gre) Profound Lore Records PFL-080LP Canada 2018 Sell This Version
DOOM094LP3 Disma Towards The Megalith(LP, Album, RP) Doomentia Records DOOM094LP3 Czech Republic 2013 Sell This Version
PFL-080/LP Disma Towards The Megalith(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gre) Profound Lore Records PFL-080/LP Canada 2018 Sell This Version
PFL080-2, PFL-080 Disma Towards The Megalith(CD, Album, RE, RP) Profound Lore Records, Profound Lore Records PFL080-2, PFL-080 Canada 2015 Sell This Version
DOOM094LP1 Disma Towards The Megalith(2x12", Album, Gre + 7", Whi + Ltd) Doomentia Records DOOM094LP1 Czech Republic 2013 Sell This Version


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August 27, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Unlike the picture, the first press has no bonus track.


December 17, 2011

Decrepitaph. Dead Congregation. Father Befouled. What do all these bands have in common? Why, following the trend of wanting to sound like Incantation, of course. It seems to have struck a chord with death metal fans, who, like the aforementioned bands, seem to be stuck in a bygone era; they also bear the mind-set that death metal should only sound a certain way, therefore stagnating a great deal of innovation within the genre -- even though there wasn't much to begin with.

You can add Disma to that list. Nothing they do here is original in the least; it's painfully by-the-numbers, Incantation-worship, and Craig Pillard's vocals certainly don't help any. Now, I respect him completely as a vocalist; his work in Evoken is excellent. But here, he does nothing to make these songs anything more than plodding, unmemorable affairs. The riffs are blander than hell, offering nothing to adhere to. Now, one might contend that the whole point of the album is to be overwhelmed by its atmosphere, which is supposedly 'vile' and 'dirty'. I get no such feeling from this. Autopsy's Mental Funeral on the other hand? Yes. That is an album that has an overwhelming atmosphere, yet also has interesting riffs and -- more importantly -- DIVERSITY.

This 'retro' trend is, in my opinion, the cancer of metal. Metal is supposed to be about thinking for yourself -- not conforming to anything or anyone. It is not about venerating the altar of another band. This is no worse than other bygone trends, such as grunge, nu-metal and so forth. One might say that I'm overexaggerating -- but the fact that it's so easily profitable and widespread, is proof enough of its shallow, manufactured nature.