This Dark Reign Records
3/29/2007 - Review by: David Loveless
Fleshgore - Killing Absorption - 2003 - This Dark Reign Records
The albums opener, Domain of Death, provides an instant death metal assult accompanied by some stellar blast beat work. However, 40 seconds into the song, it changes to more of a grove oriented style of death metal. From that point on, the album become predictable as each track presents the same formula of blast beat intro's followed by mid-paced breakdowns. The guitar riffs are your typical blend of NY Style Death Metal with both blinding speed and monumentus breakdowns.
Now, do not let this review fool you or turn you away from this album. For most people new to the Death Metal scene, Killing Absorption will represent a new, brutal brand of metal that will stand out amongst your little sisters favorite metal bands. However, to us old-schoolers that have been listening to Death Metal since it's inception, there is nothing new to be offered here. I would rather go back and listen to Swamped in Gore (Broken Hope) or Voracious Contempt (Internal Bleeding) and save my money for the new vital Remains release.
--Grim Gaijin 03.21.07
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