Twitch of the Death Nerve are a UK death metal band, and this is their second album.
2014’s A New Code of Morality was a memorable record, loaded with enough brutal power to destroy continents. Has it really been six years since that album was unleashed on the world? It has, so it seems that the band have now decided that the time is right for their reappearance in the form of this new 27 minutes of brutality.
Yes, brutality is the key word here. Twitch of the Death Nerve play brutal death metal with lashings of violence and hyper-aggression. It’s certainly an extreme form of death metal that the band offer up, based around barbaric brutality more than any traditional form of songcraft. Since their debut album the band’s songs have seemingly only gone further down this route, with A Resting Place for the Wrathful aiming to be as unfriendly and as harsh as it can be.
At under half an hour in length, A Resting Place for the Wrathful hits the spot when you are on the mood for something imbued with vicious destructiveness and ruthless brutality. Give this a listen.
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