A Skeletal Domain
The album starts with the song “High Velocity Impact Spatter“, which starts pretty calmly, and transforms into yet-another-heavy-stuff by the corpse, and after a few minutes – comes in the well-known technical solos by the band CANNIBAL CORPSE. A great start for a great journey.
“Sadistic Embodiment” however, just comes in, kills you, spits in your face, and leaves you to rot. Ever heard the song “Pit Of Zombies“? Well, this quite resembles that song. Great, amazing, fun, and wonderful. Yes, I know that somehow raises your eyebrow when I say fun and wonderful about such a brutal band, but yes. This music really brings me back in time. In fact, I am so amazed by this band each time I hear them; it is amazing. Completely feeling the great times of CANNIBAL CORPSE. This review is pretty short but accurate since you don’t have to really dig up each and every song on this album to analyze it, because it totally sounds pretty much the same, which somewhat sucks to me. From the other side, it sounds precise and accurate, creating a continuous mix of a great album created by the pioneers of the Brutal Death Metal genre, CANNIBAL CORPSE.
|1.||“High Velocity Impact Spatter”||Mazurkiewicz||O’Brien||4:06|
|3.||“Kill or Become”||Barrett||Barrett||3:50|
|4.||“A Skeletal Domain”||Mazurkiewicz||O’Brien||3:38|
|5.||“Headlong Into Carnage”||Webster||Webster||3:01|
|6.||“The Murderer’s Pact”||Webster||Webster||5:05|
|9.||“Vector of Cruelty”||Webster||Webster||3:25|
|11.||“Asphyxiate to Resuscitate”||Mazurkiewicz||Barrett, Mazurkiewicz||3:47|
Release date: 12-09-2014
Reviewer: Zohar Belkin