Deryn L. The album cover says it all.
Deep, traumatic, and ferocious, with moments of calm in between the firefights. A beautiful mixture of doom metal, black metal, and post-rock. The warlike nature of this album goes beyond the pounding kicks and snarling guitars and extends to the moments when you're done pulling the trigger and must confront the flames and flies that lick at the skin of dying men.
Favorite track: Anaesthesia.