On Savage Gold, from 2013, the Brooklyn-based death metal crew channeled its aggression into a barrage of punishing, propulsive cuts that hit with the force of an industrial drill, threatening to pulverize anything and everything it came in contact with.

On Savage Gold, from 2013, the Brooklyn-based death metal crew channeled its aggression into a barrage of punishing, propulsive cuts that hit with the force of an industrial drill, threatening to pulverize anything and everything it came in contact with.

Even moving at a breakneck pace, however, the bandmates paid ample attention to the detail work, coloring the soot-black cuts in complex, polyrhythmic drum fills and technical guitar riffage so finger-cramping one can practically hear the carpal tunnel syndrome taking root.