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Review: Bestial Deform - Together We'll Destroy the World
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Together We'll Destroy the World

Label: More Hate Productions
Year released: 2015
Originally released in: 1994
Duration: 36:56
Tracks: 12
Genre: Death Metal

Rating: 3.5/5

Review online: March 27, 2016
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
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Russian Death Metal institution Bestial Deform (formed in 1990) has released four studio albums thus far, plus some demos and EPs. Bestial Deform's releases have been kind of hard to find, especially some of their earlier releases – like their originally self-released eight-track debut album titled Together We'll Destroy the World, released 22 years ago.

Fortunately, there are labels like Russian More Hate Productions and Belarusian Symbol of Domination Productions (sub-label of Satanath Records) that decided to re-release this Death Metal classic as a joint venture, along with the band's 1992 Worship to Madness five-track demo as a bonus. This re-release also comes with a completely new album cover and a pro-made 8-page booklet.

On Together We'll Destroy the World, Bestial Deform is clearly the Russian answer to Suffocation, specifically the New York band's very early days (the Reincremated demo and Human Waste EP). Growler Kirill Ulanenkov sounds a lot of like Frank Mullen of Suffocation, which is totally cool in my book. Also, Bestial Deform's onslaught contains similar technical elements to Suffocation's first two early releases. The demo stuff, however, including an intro plus four songs, brings one Finnish Death Metal band to mind – and that's Nerlich, and the band's early demo material in particular. The album's production sounds somewhat decent, but the demo material is very raw and primitive sounding, which was pretty typical for many underground Death Metal bands from those days, having only small resources to put into decent (and yet expensive) sounding demo releases.

Together We'll Destroy the World obviously has quite much value in the light of the band's history, so if you are a die-hard collector of obscure underground Death Metal stuff, this might well be your next target to invest some of your hard-earned pennies into. Now flip a coin and let your wallet choose...

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