I dunno, I can't say I'm a big fan of the vocals. I tend to mostly ignore them and just focus on the awesome, intense riffage that is bombarding the speakers. Demilich's guitarists were fucking genius.
The labyrinth-like structures of their songs makes me smile every time I hear them. I've listened to Nespithe literally dozens of times, and I still have an incredibly difficult time predicting it, it's like I hear it for the first time over and over again and I never have any idea what to expect. Best album ever
Lucky are those, who'll have the chance to see these legends live. "We'll do whatever we want to" - haha, got to respect that way of thinking. New material. That would be interesting, I guess. Only if not half-assed.
The riffs are indeed the thing that make Demilich so unique and great, together with the way every riff just fuses to the next one... hard to explain but simply this album has incredibly good song-writing. The vocals are the thing that will catch your attention first but the more you listen, the more other things here will sound better.
Yes, the vocals... But what about those absurd riffs? Everything about this album feels just right, including bass and drumming. Mixed perfectly into one of a kind, unique, otherworldly goodness. Never gets old, only better.
Really cool technical death metal. The vocals are suiting, and reminds me of the vocal styles of great bands such as Dying Fetus and Torsofuck. Also, they deserve credit for putting such a great piece for free on their site.
20th Adversary of Emptiness is amazing, I bought it yesterday. So happy that I can call my myself an owner of a physical copy of Nespithe. The remaster is fantastic and really an improvement. Everything sounds a lot clearer but it still has that grimy sound.
Those new songs are as good as the old ones.  Sounds like they never broke up in the first place. Wish they had recorded more new material, but I guess the fact that we're getting new songs at all is a fact to be thankful for.