Eternal - "Cryptic Lust"


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Eternal Unleashes a Tempest of Metal Fury with Debut Album "Cryptic Lust"

From the scorching desert plains of Phoenix, Arizona emerges a quartet that is as relentless as the sun itself—Eternal. This old school death metal ensemble, comprised of vocalist/guitarist Emilio Ortega, guitarist Sofie Nabboud, bassist Max Mahar, and drummer Xander Bridge, is a force to be reckoned with in the metal realm.
Eternal doesn't just play music; they summon an era. Their sound is a nostalgic fusion of late 80’s and early 90’s death metal, tinged with a modern edge that's uniquely theirs. Drawing inspiration from the titans of the genre—Death, Obituary, and Entombed—Eternal pays homage to the roots while carving their own path of sonic destruction.
Since their inception in 2021, Eternal has been on a warpath, and their debut full-length album, "Cryptic Lust," is poised to be a cataclysmic event in the metal community. Brace yourselves, for this album promises an auditory assault that engulfs listeners in a tempest of sonic fury and existential despair. Life may be temporary, but the impact of Eternal's music is undeniably eternal.
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Prepare for the apocalypse, for Eternal is here to conquer.
I'm always on the lookout for bands that not only pay homage to the roots of the genre but also bring something fresh to the table. Eternal seems to do just that with their blend of old-school death metal vibes and a modern twist. "Cryptic Lust" sounds like an absolute beast of an album, promising to deliver a visceral experience that any metalhead worth their salt wouldn't want to miss. I, for one, can't wait to dive headfirst into the sonic maelstrom that Eternal is about to unleash upon us. Life may indeed be temporary, but with music like this, the impact is truly eternal.