Thursday, April 30, 2015

Insepulto-The Necrodex (2015)

Insepulto from Costa Rica attack with their new album. This is quick, fast, and brutal, but manages to stick with the listener and perhaps seep into their dreams...haunting those unfortunate enough to be subjected to it's wrath. And boy, do I love it. Gore. Destruction. Mutilation. Death. You will find all of these awesome things on Insepulto's "The Necrodex". Vocalist sounds like he rips out throats or at least eats cereal without any milk (sick bastard), and the guitar solos style is like a dusty cloud of death is coming to fuck you up, introducing melody, which really helps in the "air-guitar" department more than you'd imagine. Musically, this isn't too far removed from the earliest album, though it does feature a more pronounced use of more complex structures and perhaps more involved song-writing (meaning, more drum fills, less repetition, etc.), but to be honest, these songs tend to be  memorable  as well. This album polishes things up a bit, maybe cooks the songs a bit longer for some extra juice, and serves you with a classic piece of death metal. Is this a brutal album? Maybe it is, maybe it isn't. Is this really fucking good? You betcha! for fans of Cancer and Massacre definitely it's worth checking out, and features some great songs and doesn't overstay it's welcome. I would suggest you pick this one up. Underground never dies!
Review by Paul Caravasi

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