This is ENGULF’s music collection on Bandcamp.


  1. Metal
  1. collection 36
  2. wishlist 569
  3. followers 3
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  1. Buried Beneath Aeons
  2. Omnikinetic (Demo)
    by Omnikinetic
  3. Obscuration
    by Relics Of Humanity
  4. Of Rot and Ruin
    by Hath
  5. Vision Wallows In Symphonies Of Light
    by Ingurgitating_Oblivion
  6. Kriegsanleihe (Demo)
    by Dionysian Rites
  7. Sores
    by Sores
  8. The Three Appearances
    by Assumption
  9. Unholy March
    by Goat Terror
  10. Encased In Ice
    by Frozen Soul
  11. The Eternal Throne
    by Dysphotic
  12. Rites of a Death Merchant
    by Nephilim's Noose
  13. Transience
  14. Pride.Power.Punishment
  15. Souls To Deny
    by Suffocation
  16. Souls To Deny
    by Suffocation
  17. Despise The Sun
    by Suffocation
  18. Pride.Power.Punishment
  19. 03
    by Negativa
  20. Manor Of Infinite Forms
    by Tomb Mold
  21. Rituals (Death Metal)
    by CRAWL (Sweden)
  22. Diseased Remnants Of A Dying World (Black Metal)
    by DØDSFERD (Greece)
  23. Consumed by Oblivion
    by Void Rot
  24. PhSPHR Entropy
    by DSKNT
  25. Grievous
    by Convulsing
  26. Realms Of Eternal Decay
    by Outer Heaven
  27. Demo 2016
    by Infuriate
  28. Neutron Breed
    by Quantum Hierarchy
  29. Eroded Corridors of Unbeing
    by Spectral Voice
  30. Sonoran Depravation
    by Gatecreeper
  31. Sonoran Depravation
    by Gatecreeper
    Craving Flesh Craving Flesh
    One of the best new death metal bands doing old school things. HM2 fueled, hardcore tinged, and full of aggression. Some CRUSHING riffs on this piece.
  32. 4-WAY SPLIT
    by Gatecreeper
  33. Beyond All Light
    by Anagnorisis
    Abyss Abyss
    Each track here has a different element which anyone can appreciate. Traditional black metal, some blackened death elements, some atmosphere, all good. Really evokes a feeling which is so awesome.
  34. Embracing The Lightless Depths
  35. Tempest
    by Lycus
  36. Stomach Earth
    by Stomach Earth
    Prolong the Death Watch Prolong the Death Watch
    Crushingly heavy. Gunface's vocals are absolutely monstrous, and the slow, crawling riffs make me cringe with how dark and angry they are.