With a quality Death Metal album cover, this is the kind of band that it’s easy to like. Once the usual pointless intro is out of the way, we get lots of brutally satisfying USDM-esque carnage with plenty of chugs and squeals to keep fans of the style happy.
This is a well-oiled Death Metal machine that chews you up and spits you out with a mechanistic relish.
Ultra-guttural vocals are the order of business although some variation is added by some screaming. They hit the spot nicely.
The playing is precise and surgical, with enough technicality to please and enough straight-ahead brutality to satisfy.
If you like your Death Metal in the classic US vein then Incinerate have what it takes to scratch that deep, bloody, sore itch.