|Review: Escarnium - Interitus|
Label: Redefining Darkness Records
Year released: 2016
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: August 30, 2017
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 3.8/5 (76%) (5 Votes)
The Brazilian underground Metal scene has always been known for its large number of killer bands that have also gained a lot of international recognition for their own musical achievements.
Escarnium play grinding and seriously evil, dark and very ominous sounding Death Metal that could be put in the same pile as bands like Immolation, Rotten Sound, keyboard-free Behemoth, Vomitory, Torture Killer, Deranged and the like. These guys are true pros at churning out mostly fast-paced, grinding Death Metal that pulverizes its listeners into meaningless dust. Escarnium kick some major ass on all possible levels when it comes to ruthless and savage Death Metal attacks. And I tell you, damn they can sound fuckin' entertaining on here, and so does vocalist and guitarist Victor Elian, whose voice could be compared to Ross Dolan's (Immolation) deep and belly-trembling death grunts. Victor's death throat sounds totally wonderful, which is also right up my alley. Escarium truly deliver on this album.
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