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The Festering Vomitous Mass - Devourment - 1.3.8. of these tracks are even less coherent and more blurring than usual Devourment fair around the 'Molesting The Decapitated' time period, and in a lot of ways it resembles goregrind more than death metal at times; it's very raw and noisy and it's probably responsible for influencing a lot A Fauns Flirtation - Chris Hinze - A Little Romance the more filthy artists in the Colombian slam scene who probably heard this and promptly ignored Festering Vomitous Mass - Devourment - 1.3.8.
else an American slam band did for the next Festering Vomitous Mass - Devourment - 1.3.8. or so. They're cool but not super compelling to me; mileage varies considerably among different people.
But the meat of this compilation is in the concluding eight tracks, which form the legendary 'Molesting The Decapitated' Festering Vomitous Mass - Devourment - 1.3.8. To be honest, it's classic for a reason.
As probably the first example of full-fledged slam death, it definitely doesn't lack anything insofar as songwriting goes. It's probably a good thing that the band invented slam more as a mistake than an intentional songwriting goal; it results in tracks with more intricacy and Sharpening The Knife - Mike Harding / Peter Harwood - More Death & Horror than a lot of modern slam death bands, who sort of fall into the funeral doom trap of making music that suits the genre and not much else, with songs that are nothing more than linear blasting followed by slams followed by blasting and more slams and so on.
The sloppy, super-heavy production is a great asset, with slightly buried drums placed pretty far under the very ugly guitars and constantly rumbling basstrain which is felt more than heard. The vocals just sort of lounge around; they're not executed precisely, and they don't need to be; they're there to be disgusting and they perform admirably at the task.
The coolest parts of 'Molesting The Decapitated', ironically, are not really the slam parts at all; it's during the more midpaced, traditionally modern brutal death metal parts where the band shows their ability to craft actually engaging riffs and rhythms, which alone sets them above a ton of other slam bands. Songs like the title track or 'Devour The Damned' are like an elephant dick to the face, particularly the latter, which might just be my favorite Devourment track of all time, being bigger, dumber, and heavier than all the Festering Vomitous Mass - Devourment - 1.3.8.
I guess that's kind of like being the fattest dude on an episode of Ricki Lake, but this is slam we're talking about, and I don't really expect anything more from an album called 'Molesting The Decapitated'. For a lot of people, 'Butcher The Weak' is a more immediately pleasing album from this band; it's definitely more coherent, better played, and better produced.
But then again, another section of the population finds charm in the primordial ooze that is early Devourment. Either way, it's a pretty masterful release for slam fans and if you want a well-rounded look at the underground metal scene, this is a pretty important part of it, since it gives you a peek not only at the seminal full-length but a couple other things as well.
As usual, recommended; even if you don't like it, it's a pretty Festering Vomitous Mass - Devourment - 1.3.8. release for anyone into a more holistic look at death metal. Now let me just start by stating that I really like Devourment and have always been able to listen to them now and then without getting bored of them.
That said, what is this a compilation of? If you're going to put out a sort of "best of" album, best do it when you actually have a few more releases under your belt worthy of being considered great. I wanted something that would show me the spectrum of Devourments' career, not a CD that threw together some of the bands early demos and called it their best shit. Honestly, Am I Ready - Elvis Presley - California Holiday were they thinking?
Let me just mention that shit, is not brutal death metal, by any means. It's just louder grind. Devourment is actually one of the shining examples of why I can't get into some grind, with their vocals.
Now I can listen to gurggles and growls but this is just boring. He doesn't even try to do something different, diverse, or interesting. It becomes extremely difficult to sit through the entire album without falling asleep or just wanting to listen to something else. The Dont Make My Brown Eyes Blue - Various - Stars Of Country work is pretty good.
It's mostly just heavy groove death grind. They change it up once in a while but nothing that's enough to want to listen to it again.
The best example of where the riffing really comes through is on the first sone "Babykiller", mostly because that's the only song on the whole album that really stands out. After that the rest of the songs sound kind of dumbed down in comparison. The drumming is okay, nothing special. In fact not it's not even worth getting into. All I can say is that this is NOT Devourments' greatest work and if you are looking for that here, then you're looking in the wrong place.
Go pick up one of their latest albums and save yourself the time. If you're really bored and just want to check out their early shit, then be all means look into it. But you better borrow it from a Festering Vomitous Mass - Devourment - 1.3.8.
or something, don't waste you rmoney. I said it. But anyway, Devourment released their first effort, Molesting The Decapitated a few years ago, and after getting over the disgusting album cover, I picked it up and loved every second of it.
But due to the overwhelming Festering Vomitous Mass - Devourment - 1.3.8. from fans worldwide, Devourment reformed minus Brain and adding once again Braxton Henry on guitars and none other than Wayne Knupp on Vocals. Together they would record one new song entitled Babykiller, which, would be released along with the 3 songs from the Impaled demo and the 8 songs from Molesting The Decapitated.
The release would obviously be called 1. No shows would ever be played though and eventually the band all but faded out. He eventually recruited various new Festering Vomitous Mass - Devourment - 1.3.8.played a few shows, Festering Vomitous Mass - Devourment - 1.3.8. things never really materialized. A few years went by and Ruben, and original bassist Mike Majewski talked again about reforming the band and finally recording the band's long awaited second album.
Erik Park filled in the position of drummer and the band went into the studio of August and recorded "Butcher the Weak". The album was release in November of and went on Festering Vomitous Mass - Devourment - 1.3.8.
gain critical success, as well as praisefrom Devourment fans all over the world. Ruben played the bass tracks on the record, but shortly after, Chris Andrews joined in on bass to complete the tightest and most intense Devourment lineup to date. Obscene Majesty 3. Unleash the Carnivore 3. Butcher The Weak 3. Bad selection. Save Cancel. Really delete this comment? Yes No. Choking on Bile. Devour the Damned. Festering Vomitous Mass. Fucked to Death. Molesting the Decapitated. Postmortal Coprophagia.
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