Pain knows no boundaries nor does it restrict itself, the same can be said about the music made by Sri Lanka`s Plecto Aliquem Capite. A band that evolves and experiments in order to capture the true essence of pain and suffering in their music.

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“Plecto Aliquem Capite has taken native influences and blended them into the most disturbing black metal/noise songs imaginable.”… -metalunderground.com-

“…at times it almost sounds as if this could be Sri Lanka’s answer to war metal with the destruction present in the music” -heavymetaltribune.com-

“Plecto Aliquem Capite takes black metal to the very edge of sanity thanks to some truly ungodly sounds courtesy of the entire band.” -Greg Barbrick for blogcritics.org-

“The tracks from Plecto Aliquem Capite take all they do to the limit, their creations a nightmarish maelstrom of sound.” - ringmaster reviews-

“The strange thing is that all these effects create a rather bizarre/twisted atmosphere that if one is open-minded enough, he’ll appreciate it since it fits to the music.” -metalkaoz.com-

Edited by crestfln on 12 Dec 2013, 13:37

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