Though different in approach than the black and death metal stylings of Vrasubatlat's roster, Mróz continue to craft an equally primal and haunting atmosphere, at home with any of the label"s previous catalog. Charnel Ground marks a departure from the electronic based industrial sounds of Mróz's previous split with Utzalu, instead choosing to juxtapose acoustic drums and organic performances against an inhuman backdrop of textural sounds - all the while continuing their dedication to the use of repetition and rhythm to create a meditative and cathartic listening experience. In addition, this offering marks the label's first release to deviate from the core membership of all other involved projects, thus widening the circle of Vrasubatlat's wretched grasp. Limited to 100. This is VT-XII.. .