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A very brutal album of the hands of two americans.
Altough America is not directly the country to look at if you search black/death metal bands (there are but a few).

I think it's better than the most of the other albums of the band.
It's not bad but a little bit to brutal in my opinion.

The last song is the best of the album i think. No chainsaws any more what is not dissapointing me.

I think it's a descent album after all. Keep up the good work !!!
6.5 points out of 10 for me

Review by: Khold666IsGreat

YYEEAAHHHHH ! I love it. The best one since Barbecue

Review by: ratus

After a year of listening i come back of the 6.5 points i gave this album. If you look back to the days of Chainsaw Dismemberment and Zombie Apocalypse you can now hear some melodic riffs in the music. Also the growling low vocals of Will Rahmer are more understandable than on all the other albums.
This is for me the best albums of Mortician. After i heard Zombie Apocalypse i thought it couldn't come any better anymore but with this album they've made an absolute grind classic in my eyes.
The samples ar still quite freaky and scary but and the music is still rough but the album has a better production.
Only dissapointing thing are the drums, get rid of that stupid fucking computer! They now have a new drummer for the next album, i'm sure the next one will be even more better if they keep this sound with a real drummer!

Review by: Khold666IsGreat

You are weird "KHOLD" because there is no melody in this album, only brutality, which tells everyone why Mortician are the undisputed champions of death metal. This one has movie clips from more recent films such as "The Serpent and the Rainbow" and "I Spit On Your Grave" and the music is more crushing, let alone fucking brutal. The vocals are more lower, and yeah you can't really understand them like usual, I think you need to listen to the right album this time KHOLD.
_Mortician Playing melodic riffs? I DONT THINK SO!

Review by: fosvart

I can see this album is not that greatly appreciated. Well, to tell the truth, Mortician sound almost the same with every release, but this album is still pure brutal goregrind, with movie excerpts from "The Serpent and the Rainbow", "Children of the Corn" and "I Spit on your Grave".

Review by: fosvart

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