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Terrorize Brutalize Sodomize

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In the beginning of 2006, songwriting commenced for the album you now know as "Terrorize Brutalize Sodomize". With a new guitarist on board (Peter Östlund), the ideas and inspiration started flowing, and in December VOMITORY entered Leon Music Studio in their hometown of Karlstad to try out something new, since the loss of guitarist Ulf and having Peter on board marked some kind of a new start for VOMITORY. The choice of working with producer/engineer Rikard Löfgren turned out to be a great one. "Terrorize Brutalize Sodomize" contains the best production they have ever had and the song writing displays the most brutal, the fastest as well as the slowest material from VOMITORY thus far. 10 tracks of relentless death metal, the way only VOMITORY can compose it. 2007 also marks the debut for VOMITORY on American soil as they are playing the Maryland Deathfest in May 2007. The album hits the rotten soil of the earth on April 20th (G/A/S) and April 23rd (Europe)!
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 1, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Metal Blade
  • ASIN: B000O75VH6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #361,734 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Don't like Linkin Park's new album? Fed up with what you hear on rock radio nowadays? Then you would do very well to spend some quality time with the fifth album from Sweden's Vomitory. As you should expect from a band with a name like that, this year's "Terrorize Brutalize Sodomize" is predominantly a brutal/Swedish death metal album, but it mixes in plenty of thrash and grindcore elements, as well. (In other words, think Bolt Thrower meets Dismember meets Napalm Death meets Obituary meets Vital Remains.) Needless to say, it is, more-or-less, a forty-one-minute-long, extremely fast and almost unspeakably brutal maelstrom that abuses your eardrums with murderous, hyper-kinetic blast beats, furious, mammoth-sized riffs, and disturbing, from-the-gut bellows. I am undetermined as to whether or not this is the heaviest piece of music released this year (because it does have quite a lot of competition), but it sure comes close. Indeed, this one is a monster, folks!

On the surface, "Terrorize Brutalize Sodomize" may appear to be just an overwhelmingly loud, monotonous, and chaotic wall of white noise. But closer inspection will reveal there is a heck of a lot more to this album than that, and Vomitory have an actual method to their madness (believe it or not!), like amazing, technically flawless, and uber-tight musicianship, actual standout tracks (which are usually rare in albums of this genre), ample tempo variety, and (gasp!) yes, even a scosh of melody. The ball gets rolling very quickly with the two album openers, "Eternal Trail Of Corpses" and "Scavenging The Slaughtered," which combine to make a one-two punch so vicious that it could peel the paint of a wall and melt the skin right off your face.
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Death metal the way it should be. Raw, powerful, unrelenting smashing of your senses. None of that technical crap here just pure brutality.\m/ this one gets thwo upside down crosses on the ratings meter
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First of all let me say I'm a fan of these guys. For sheer brutality in a pretty extensive catalog of music you really need not look much farther. If you like fast, thrashy, aggravated, blast-laden death metal with a sense of melody this is it. The production on this disc rivals any of their others...the mix comes through your speakers like a tornado. The sound is huge and air tight allowing for very little room to breathe but the problem I have with it is the same problem i have with all of their other albums...the guitar production really is left to be desired...really muddy...think early Entombed without the clarity in the higher register. The drum work is as aggressive as it has ever been if not more and are mixed perfectly...in fact i would probably go out on a limb and say they maybe have one of the best recorded drum sounds on the planet. Not their best stuff but i would say the most aggressive to date and definitely worth a listen or five
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