After five years, Polish death metal cult Throneum returned in 2016 with their seventh album, Morbid Death Tales. Fans can expect nothing but raw, ugly and morbidly tuned nightmarish death metal full of darkness and evil. On the album's last two tracks, Mark of the Devil of labelmates Cultes Des Ghoules contributes guest vocals to fill the mood of an old graveyard and create Necrostuprumical Madness!
Throneum was formed in the deepest dungeons of Hell back in 1996. Influenced by thousands of '80s and early '90s death and black metal, Throneum is one of the most well-known pure underground bands to hail from Poland. They should need no further introduction for most true blackened death metal fans, but Morbid Death Tales is nevertheless a mighty and more-than-worthy introduction to the band's signature style of rabid, righteous filth. Hideous and horrific, Morbid Death Tales is more than justifiably titled.
Since the beginning, Throneum staunchly stands in opposition to the mainstream. No originality, no own style, no musical progress, only metal for the Devil as it should be - that's the only stated goal of the band. As the band themselves proclaim, "If you aren't into Necrovore, Sadistik Exekution, Mortem, Order From Chaos, Imperator, Asphyx, Mayhem, and Merciless - keep away from Throneum. That's pure total death!"