“The most soaring, magnificent, ethereal cathedrals to reason, faith or anything else were as mere unkempt and dilapidated hovels compared to the constructions – if they could even be described as such – within the Sublime.” (Iain M. Banks, The Hydrogen Sonata)
“Sublimation” is an album recorded by 4 guys who appreciate good sci-fi literature and enjoy playing riff-centric, rhythmically intense underground music. It has been heavily inspired by the late Iain M. Banks’ concept of Sublimation, as explored in the master’s final sci-fi novel, “The Hydrogen Sonata”.
"No other band can create the Cosmic-infused Hardcore Grind that Dephosphorus manifests...truly otherworldly." - Cvlt Nation bit.ly/3mjgD9l
"...a refreshing and intensely innovative experience..." - Cvlt Legion bit.ly/32r5g7c
"...tremendously thrilling in all of its course-changes..." - No Clean Singing bit.ly/2FvVwjk
"...with ‘Sublimation‘ [Dephosphorus} appear to have finally broken through to their own righteous dimension beyond anything previously imagined." - Grizzly Butts bit.ly/3iGx8dd
"[Sublimation is} so involving and engaging that the rest of the world slips away, and you find yourself in a very different sort of space." - Dusted Magazine bit.ly/3jTUxbU