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Band
Putrescence
Title
Voiding Upon the Pulverized
Type
LP/EP
Company
Eclectic Productions
YOR
2017
Style
Heavy/Extreme
12/18/2017 - Review by: Greg Watson
Poor vocal quality and repetition dooms this album to a quick end
'Voiding Upon the Pulverized' is an album that is not only an acquired taste due to its deathgrind roots but it is also an album that is one that won't last long in many playlists. The sheer, raw, lo-fi sound and nearly unlistenable vocals aren't for the faint of heart. Aside from the poor production of the album, the other issue that I found with this one was the sheer amount of repetition utilized throughout. The songs have no real deviation with one exception being "Detrunked" and its doomy drear. I tried to give this album as fair a chance, but couldn't get past the terrible production and noise that bled through my headphones.
PERSONAL BREAKDOWN:

ENJOYMENT
2
MUSIC
2
VOCALS
1.5
PRODUCTION
1.5
ARTWORK
1.5
LYRICS
1.5


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Voiding Upon the Pulverized
2017
Eclectic Productions
Greg Watson12/18/2017
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