Evil, frightening, disgusting, dissonant, filthy. Ævangelist sound less like two people playing instruments, and more like some sort of sewage pit demon delivering a sermon to a black hole.
Writhes In The Murk has a wall of noise quality to it, but it's less static and more slime. When teased apart there are familiar elements like groove, blasting, ambience etc., but this is not to say it is standard by any means. On the contrary, it is very experimental in both sounds used and arrangement. But the biggest strength of the album is the way everything is melded together into a single, blasphemous, chaotic mass.
Some will likely find this one challenging, but it is well worth the effort, not to mention the €6.66 price tag on Bandcamp.