The Experimendead delivers 34 minutes of technical brutality. If you’re partial to bands such as Abnormality, Deeds of Flesh, Severe Torture, and Suffocation, then you should get on well with Inhuman Depravity’s work.
The band let loose rhythmic heaviness and blasting ferocity with the skill of professionals. The songs are full of quality riffs and barbaric drums. Both of them have a really pleasing sound, and they power the music with precise brutality. The bass makes itself known more than I would have expected too.
Occasionally a melody finds itself bursting from the chest of the music, before being consumed once more by the ravenous riffs. Threatening moods lurk around many of these brutal corners, and the songs make good use of technical dynamics to keep the listener paying attention to the gruesome carnage that they unleash.
The singer’s harsh roar is well-delivered and a bit more varied than is the norm for the genre; monotonous and one-dimensional she is not. Her voice is monstrous and hungry for blood.
Well-written and technically proficient, The Experimendead is a satisfying slab of death metal delivered by people who know the style well. I could listen to this all day. If you’re a fan of the style, then Inhuman Depravity paly the sort of death metal that’s very easy to enjoy.