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Posted: Dec 11 2009, 06:18 PM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 27-October 05
Non Compos Mentis
Dynamic Arts 2009
Well, whatever faculties I may still have been in possession of, have well and truly been cast to the winds, thanks to Finnish grindcore masters Deathbound.
They have matured, if that's the correct word, since their 2003 debut "To Cure The Insanity", as both "Doomsday Comfort" and "We Deserve Much Worse" saw the arrival of some death metal influences, and an abundance of blastbeats.
Kai, Pete and Sami have upped their game again, and this album absolutely rages. Tracks like 'Free Shackles For Everyone', 'A Reason For Your Fight' and 'The Blues Of A Dying Man' will leave you reeling for breath, crushed by their power.
© Stuart A Hamilton Rating ***1/2 (3.5/5.0)
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