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. Continue reading “Inhuman Depravity – The Experimendead (Review)”
Bleedskin say they’re inspired by bands such as Cannibal Corpse, Abnormality, Behemoth, Dying Fetus, Benighted, and the like, and I’d certainly recommend Blood Reign for fans of these acts. Bleedskin’s songs are well-written, well-produced, and professionally delivered. Continue reading “Bleedskin – Blood Reign (Review)”
I like Abnormality. Sociopathic Constructs follows 2016’s Mechanisms of Omniscience, and gives us 33 minutes of brutal death metal with a side order of technicality. Continue reading “Abnormality – Sociopathic Constructs (Review)”
Featuring members of Indecent Excision, Derogation, Fleshbomb and Six Feet Under, as well as guests from members of Gutrot, Churchburn, Abnormality, Six Feet Under and Malignancy, you know that this is going to be a professional and capable release before you even listen to it.
When you do, you’re confronted with Continue reading “Neurogenic – Ouroboric Stagnation (Review)”
Abnormality’s 2012 début album Contaminating the Hive Mind was a standout slab of unrelenting brutality, really placing them highly in the extreme Metal hierarchy in my mind.
Well, it’s been four long years, but now Continue reading “Abnormality – Mechanisms of Omniscience (Review)”
This latest EP features 5 tracks, three of which are original songs, one is an intro and the last is a cover of an Internal Suffering track. At 14 minutes in length it’s short, but who needs it to be any longer when it’s this ripping and slamming and blasting and stuff?
The songs get in, do their damage, and then get out; quick, clean and efficient. There are quite a few meaty chops to go around and the guitarist seems to know his stuff. The bass sound warms my heart too, as it’s always nice to hear this oft-neglected instrument. Little spikes of melody do appear here and there, but these are very few and far between.
The singer’s brutal growling is quite daemonic and inhuman, exactly as we would expect from a band like this. He’s clearly had plenty of practice, and it shows.
This is a good introduction to a band I didn’t know before. It’s a small-but-satisfying release that showcases a Brutal Death Metal band who play the classic American style well.
Check them out.