Here we have something particularly brutal. Stabbing play death metal with lashings of cruelty and bloody punishment. Across 33 minutes Extirpated Mortal Process lays waste with its gruesome brutality. Continue reading “Stabbing – Extirpated Mortal Process (Review)”
Hex initially caught my eye due to Black Cross Hotel containing a member of Stabbing Westward. On closer inspection it seems there are also members of The Atlas Moth, Corrections House, Minsk, and Broken Hope in the band, all of which attracted me further. All very intriguing. However, Continue reading “Black Cross Hotel – Hex (Review)”
Featuring an ex-member of Ritual Necromancy and Sempiternal Dusk, Bacteriophage contains 34 minutes of putrefying underground death metal. Continue reading “Autophagy – Bacteriophage (Review)”
It’s not often you get to see a brutal death metal lineup like this, so I was very pleased to be able to catch this tour. Continue reading “Hell on Earth Tour – Cattle Decapitation/Broken Hope/Hideous Divinity/Gloryhole Guillotine – Manchester Rebellion, 04/09/17 (Live Review)”
Veteran death metallers Broken Hope are unleashed on the world once more. Hell yeah! I’ve always had a soft spot for Broken Hope, and Mutilated and Assimilated has just brutally smashed that soft spot so that it’s now just a gory mess. Continue reading “Broken Hope – Mutilated and Assimilated (Review)”
This is Brutal Death Metal that’s short, nasty, violent and infectious. At its core it has a purity of intent that’s a joy to hear.
The songs are a hearty mix of blast, chug and groove that’s guaranteed to get the blood pumping and the body slamming.
There are plenty of tasty riffs here as well as some squeals, breakdowns, and chug-fests. The band remind me of the older, Suffocation/Broken Hope style of Death Metal and they play it well.
At only 25 minutes in length the band get in, make a gloriously noisy mess and then exit again swiftly.
Bloodscribe have a hideously warm production that reeks of decaying organic matter whilst retaining a powerful presence.
The vocals are guttural delights; sickeningly deep without descending into ridiculous pignoise territory.
A very enjoyable way to spend almost half an hour. Gotta love groovy, heavy Death Metal.