2014 release, the third album from the Swedish Death Metal band. Having released two well received LPs including 2011's outstanding and underrated CHURCH OF DEATH, the band makes a big leap in production quality on RELICS OF SULPHUR SALVATON. The eight complex and memorable songs strike with an urgent ferocity not seen in other so-called boundary-pushing or progressive releases in recent memory. This is Death Metal from the guts, played with relentless and nuanced. Savagery. Vanhelgd's natural skill for crafting monumental Death Metal songs suggests early at the Gates, Entombed, and even elements of My Dying Bride.