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Old 01-04-2014, 08:51 AM
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Supply of Flesh Came Just in Time
Genre: Slam Death Metal

Had never heard of this band, let alone checked them out, until this year. Loved the album, so I checked out some of their previous work. These guys are a criminially underrated slam band. They don't play live much, so I'm assuming that plays a role, but in any circumstance, I'm not sure why this band is so rarely mentioned in slam chat. They're an especially heavy and sludgy mix of Slam Death and Grindcore. Their albums are produced very well, have good sound quality. I agree Slam can benefit from slightly shitty sound quality on occasion, but when it's produced well, I always seem to enjoy it more. Very heavy and sludgy guitars, sound is extremely "thick". Powerful and quality drumming and unique vocals. A throaty, slightly froggy gurgle. The riffs on this album are some of the thickest and heaviest of the year, IMO. The opener, 'Mr Butcher' is my favorite tune from the album.

Supply of Flesh Came Just in Time

08/30: Bane and tour (?)
10/15: Soilwork, Decapitated (?)
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