|Review: Disintegration - Prahara|
Label: Brutal Mind
Year released: 2020
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: July 2, 2021
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
Rated 4/5 (80%) (3 Votes)
I don't know what's in the water in Indonesia, but there has been a lot of brutal death metal bands coming out of there in the past couple of years. With Prahara, Disintegration don't bring anything new to the table, but those 33 minutes certainly will wipe the floor off with the listener. The vocals are actually pretty decent for the style. Some brutal death bands tend to go for pig squeals or equally annoying styles (as I like to call them, "puking their breakfast"), but here we have something much closer to "regular" death metal, just a little more extreme, and I find it really helps make this more listenable. The band plays it fast, tight and heavy and it's a lot of fun while it's on. The nature of that kind of brutality doesn't really call for catchiness, but some of this stuff actually sticks once the album is over. This is a band that knows how to make brutal death metal sound good and avoid the usual trap or overdoing it and just presenting a wall of sound. Worth checking out.
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