Indianapolis, Indiana's Coffinworm made an impact in 2009 with Great Bringer of Night (recorded by Gates of Slumber drummer Bob Fouts), hailed by a number of underground publications as one of the best metal demos of the year. Incorporating influences from the likes of Eyehategod, Deathspell Omega, and Unearthly Trance, the band's vicious and unforgiving combination of sludge, doom and black metal possesses a depraved aura of terror.When All Became None, Coffinworm's proper debut full-length, will undoubtedly go down as one of the darkest and most powerful sludge metal albums ever released. Through thick walls of reverb and feedback, the band unleashes massive, monolithic riffs heavy enough to shift the fault lines of the earth. Vocalist Dave Brits's throat-searing vo-kill assault carries the weight of a diabolical storm. Captured on tape by Sanford Parker (YOB, Yakuza, Nachtmystium, Gates of Slumber, Buried at Sea, etc.), this sonic nightmare of unholy proportions delivers to the utmost devastating and blasphemous degree. The downfall and destruction of humanity is at hand, and When All Became None shall serve as its soundtrack.