Cancer Of The Larynx – Burial Dreams

Beyond the moniker, Cancer Of The Larynx have never done anything to make themselves popular even at the stylistic level, offering a funeral death doom, harsh and primitive. The three musicians, originally from Lower Saxony, are all active in different bands belonging to the German underground and the result is a very direct approach, without embroidery and of course without any particular airiness or melodic openings. The debut of the band was in 2010 with a split album, followed two years later by the ep My Funeral and finally by Burial Dreams, full length that offers almost forty minutes of raw sounds, genuine, unhealthy and putrescent just the right, providing a picture far from essential but undoubtedly honest.

2014 – Depressive Illusions Records