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Buy it now and buy the first album while you're at it.
The production on this record is raw, most sounding like Metallica's Justice album, everything is in the for-front, well, almost everything.
So like I said before, the music is tight. It's the epitamy of what death metal was originally supposed to sound like, before bands like cannibal corpse and six feet under came along and diversified it somewhat, and groups branched out the category with melodic singing and keyboards. It's still great though, the machine gun riffs are bone crunching and real, the drums are greatly audible and quick with the blast beats (not overdone though), the vocals were deep and powerful, but not completely cannibal corpse cookie monster. The only thing I was dissappointed with was the bass. It just seemed the bass knob and volume even on the bass amp wasn't tuned up high enough, so parts where you actually hear the bass, it comes up a mostly weak (if I were the bass player in this band, I wouldn't be happy).Read more ›
Tracks like the opener, “Perfect Dehumanization (The Answer),” tack on a weird and portentous little intro just for good measure, but primarily revolve around grinding death metal mayhem, with ferocious riffing, walloping drums, and growly death vocals. But a brief break in the action is taken around the four-and-a-half minute mark, when we are treated to a memorable, and surprisingly melodic guitar solo. “Eternity Too Short” continues this “melody as an afterthought” approach, with occasional guitar harmonies peppering the brutal arrangements, which are otherwise consisting of an ominous guitar lick, pulsing double time drum slamming, and deep, brooding grooves. A couple of excellent, technical, and surprisingly lengthy drum fills/solos also highlight this track, as well.
Next comes “Mother War,” a lean and mean beating that hammers home some chunky, thrashy riffing with pounding, machine gun-fast blast beats.Read more ›
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