Kehlvin opens the album very quickly and intensely. There's no use for an intro or an instrumental passage. Instead, the Swiss immediately grab you by the throat with their high energy mix of hardcore and noise. On the second track, Fleshworld takes care of the instrumental passage for a while. However, this twelve minutes lasting sludge beast isn't really soothing. After the awesome drone passage, another intense array of post-metal and noise awaits the listener. Influenced by acts as AmenRa, this is a pretty epic piece of music, slow but intense.
Both acts use similar vocals, usually mostly screams. In Fleshworld they often remind me of Gorefest for some reason. Anyway, Fleshworld delivers a lot of extended instrumental passages between the aggressive parts. These instrumentals seem to combine the best of post-rock with a Godflesh-atmosphere. Musically, the Fleshworld songs are my favourites on this album. Yet, together, both bands have succeeded in creating a very heavy, intense and atmospheric album with a lot of variation.
To Deny Everything That?s Mundane will be released digitally and on 12" white 180g vinyl, as a collaboration of Division Records (CH), Unquiet Records (PL), Grains of Sand Records (RU), Dingleberry Records (DE), and Dullest Records (US). For fans of decent sludge and post-metal, this is a highly recommended split.