The highly anticipated 2nd full-length from this Greek institution in current Death Metal. The band was initiated by Giannis Grim (Carnal Dread, Humanity Zero, Death Trap, Vultur) and George Wolf (Forced In, Dismal Chant, Vultur) when Carnal Dread and Forced In shared the bill at a local show back in the grip of winter of 2012. Both musicians being real zealots of what Death Metal was known for back in the late 80's / early 90's -no tech wankery and no crystal-clear production-, they rapidly entered the studio just to start jamming, and ultimately gave birth to Ectoplasma. On prior releases, the band kept on perfecting their craft and obtaining more adherents of their underground creed, shamelessly manifesting their devotion to muddy, organic, disgusting, bone-breaking and rotten-to-the-core Death Metal influenced by the early offerings of bands such as Autopsy, Baphomet, Asphyx, Morta Skuld, Grave, Demigod, Gutted, Death and Judecca, only with their own personal twist. So accurately titled it's almost ridiculous, Cavern of Foul Unbeings is a sickening plunge into ancient Death Metal's darkest and most disgusting depths. Here, Ectoplasma take all the mangled 'n' mangling elements of their most recent work and simply perfect them in a most punishing 'n' pustulent way. If one were to close his eyes, Cavern of Foul Unbeings could easily be mistaken for a stalwart album release in that grand year of 1992, disregarding all shameful and softening trends under the banner of Death ever since. But, beyond the band's slavish devotion to the almighty Metal of Death, what really shines on Cavern of Foul Unbeings is the strength of its songwriting; each song is as solid and seamless as the one prior, and each one offers its own personality and surprises. That they conclude the album with a cover of the legendary Unleashed's "The Immortals" speaks to Ectoplasma's grounding and undying belief in actual SONGwriting. Featuring era-accurate cover artwork courtesy of Raul Fuentes and clear 'n' crushing mastering by The Crypt's Ted Tringo, Cavern of Foul Unbeings proves that the past is truly alive... and deader than ever!