|Review: Infernal Conjuration - Compilation|
Year released: 2014
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: February 8, 2015
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 4.14/5 (82.86%) (7 Votes)
Mexico seems to mean "quality" when it comes to true Death Metal. Infernal Conjuration, formed in 2006, have slowly but surely been making a name for themselves in the underground scene with Death Metal of the darkest, vilest and most ancient-sounding kind. They have released one demo and a couple of EPs so far that show their dedication to Death Metal's truest and deepest spirit.
This disc, which is actually a CD-R, contains of all Infernal Conjuration's releases and shows exactly what they are made of. Early Morbid Angel (Abominations and Altars especially), Sadistic Intent, Necrovore, early Kreator and stuff like that can be heard in their sound. Infernal Conjuration is a prime example of Death Metal's appealing greatness and what they may lack in technicality, they make up for with their totally dark and malicious Death Metal onslaught. Infernal Conjuration's 4-track 2007 demo Tremendous Plague and 3-track Auto de Fe EP, despite being pretty raw and low quality in sound, grind listeners to dust with brutality and sheer nastiness while their latest 5-track 2014 EP, Death Has Appeared..., brings up the sound quality to the point where they should start catching a few extra ears. Infernal Conjuration is another example of how strong the Mexican Death Metal scene is nowadays.
You may be pondering whether you should check them out or not. You should unless bands like Volbeat, Bullet For My Valentine and Atreyu make your pants wet. If that is the case, then don't bother.
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