Expect no songs in the traditional sense of the word on this record. Instead, what you get sounds more like Satan's own fiery mixtape.
Vessel of Iniquity is a one-man band, led by UK resident S.P. White (although the music is pitch-black). "Void of infinite horror" is his second release, again on the adventurous Xenoglossy Productions label.
Although labeled as a full LP, it's a fairly short affair: only 5 songs, with a total running time of barely 25 minutes. You won't find any real vocals on the record either, instead it sounds as if the background is continuously filled with distant hellish screaming - which reminded me of the brilliant soundtrack of Event Horizon (the infamous space horror movie).
Musically, it's as uncompromising as The Angelic Process, however Vessel of Iniquity is by all means more malevolent. Opener "Invocation of the Heart Girt With a Serpent" is a blistering 4-minute blastbeat wall, backed by the aforementioned distant screaming. The following couple of songs are slow, heavy and threatening, perfect background music to listen to in a darkened room with headphones. The whole record feels like a descent into madness, from which there is no escape.
A mix of black metal, noise, ritual, fans of Gnaw Their Tongues or the mighty Portal will find a lot to like here.