|Review: Pathology - Incisions of Perverse Debauchery|
|Incisions of Perverse Debauchery|
Label: Comatose Music
Year released: 2010
Originally released in: 2008
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: August 25, 2010
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
for:Incisions of Perverse Debauchery
Rated 3.33/5 (66.67%) (3 Votes)
You've probably guessed it by the band and album name, this is gore-ish brutal Death Metal, complete with über-guttural "puking-my-breakfast" vocals, which interestingly aren't too bad (I usually run away in the other direction when I hear such vocals.) Fast and crunchy Death Metal is mostly what's served here, and quite frankly in the "brutal" world this often gets old quick, no matter how short the album. Incisions of Perverse Debauchery is more interesting in that it also has the occasional "fast raw Thrash" parts that almost sound like they were taken from the early days of Thrash, before the genre was refined a bit. Throw in some more "quiet", less busy moments that add an ounce of catchiness, and there's actually something to remember when the album is over. I was dreading this before I first listened to it, but this turned out to be a nice surprise. The band recently signed on Victory Records(1) and released a new album name Legacy of the Ancients on that label, so it looks like they'll be going places.
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