Saturday 31 July 2021

FIMIR - Tomb Of God (Album Review)

Release Date: July 30th 2021. Record Label: Argonauta Records. Format: DD/CD/Vinyl

Tomb Of God - Tracklisting

One Eyed Beast

Horde Of Crows

White Wolf

Obsidian Giant

Temple Of Madness

Mausoleum Craft


Harley Warlock - Bass

H. Wizzard - Drums

A.D. - Guitars

Georgios Funeral - Guitars

Magus Corvus - Vocals


Tomb Of God is the debut album from FIMIR, the new band formed from the ashes of Church Of Void. Their debut album takes many ideas and themes heard from that great band but brings a more electrifying Cosmic Doomed OUt Vibe. This allows the band to have more freedom to reign with the Doom Metal grooves the band primarily associate themselves with.

Tomb Of God has a great sense of urgency with the music moving from the different elements of Doom Metal from the last 45 years but with classic hard rock vocal arrangements and the spacier elements of the album. The album really impressed me the most with the Psychedelic sounds FIMIR use wisely on this release. As it gives this a more positive energy to it but FIMIR do bring some heavier aesthetics to the album with harsh growls coming into play here and there.

The album is packed full of KILLER guitar solos and every member gets a chance to shine and mpress on this record with Magus Corvus earning his money with his stunning vocal performance. I enjoyed Church Of Void music immensely but I’ve got to say I enjoyed FIMIR a whole lot more. The music is more adventurous, especially FIMIR dipping their toes into the world of Psychedelic Stoner Rock/Metal.

Tomb Of God won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, well perhaps not on the very first listen. So give this album a couple of spins before making final judgement as FIMIR takes many different twists and turns on the record. 

The instrumental work is first-rate and backed up by terrific production values. This all builds upto a strong collection of tracks that brings the world of Classic Doom Metal and Modern Doom/Stoner Metal so closer together with exciting passion and conviction. The record still has dark themes and ideas to keep the “old school” Doom Metal fans happy. If you’re a fan of Church Of Void then you should enjoy this album and see how the guys are doing something different with their new musical adventure.

All in all, Tomb Of God is a deeply satisfying Cosmic Doom Metal album with a lot of great things to say and most important of all, it’s a superbly entertaining album in it’s own right.

Words by Steve Howe

Thanks to Mona at All Noir for the promo.

Tomb Of God is available to buy on CD/DD/Vinyl from Argonauta Records now.

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