Hailing from Texas, Imprecation have been firmly entrenched in death metal’s underground since their inception in 1991. The early 90s saw the band release a couple of acclaimed demos and an EP (Drowned Records) followed by a compilation of material in 1995 titled “Theurgia Goetia Summa” on Repulse Records (later reissued several times). Not long after this essential death metal compilation, the band went on hiatus until its resurrection in 2009. Cited as highly influential by many death metal bands today, Imprecation’s long-awaited debut full-length, “Satanae Tenebris Infinita” is Imprecation in top form. “Satanae Tenebris Infinita” is definitely not a departure from Imprecation’s earlier style but a continuation of the destiny that was interrupted due to the band’s break back in 1998.
“Satanae Tenebris Infinita” is 40 minutes of pure, unadulterated death metal the way it was meant to be played complete with cover art from long-time ally, Mr. Chris Moyen. This is one not to be missed.