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Take a look at the album art. If that doesn’t scream DEATH METAL at you at then I don’t know what does. Top work.
Aposento have been around for a very, very long time but this is the first album they’ve actually released. Kind of crossing the sound of bands like Avulsed and Deicide, Aposento offer us in-your-face Death Metal with an understanding of what makes a good song catchy and memorable while simultaneously piling on the brutality.
A strong, solid sound increases the impact the songs have with the riffs and pounding drums working in unison to plough down anything in front of it.
Vocally the singer is deep and follows the Avulsed school of guttural noises.
The songs take elements of Old-School Death Metal and merge them with a more timeless style of Death Metal akin to Cannibal Corpse’s USDM in the sense that it’s not ultra-modern but it’s not completely Old-School either; rather it contains elements of the timeless Classic style. Ultimately this is Death Metal, and no-one would have trouble recognising this for what it is.
Quality Death Metal played by lifers who know their business.