this is a solid record that delivers some intense pockets of groove and crushing vocals among its assortment of nifty surpises and sweet points
Favorite track: Extinction of Worthless Humanity.
The wait is finally over and the Japanese Brutal Slamming Death Metal Act Vomit Remnants after 12 years are back to release a brand new full length album in 2017 entitled Hyper Groove Brutality. The band was a big influence on many and extremely popular in the late 1990's and early 2000's and gained a very large fan base. Vomit Remnants has played numerous fests and extensive touring along with many well known acts winning over the crowd every time with their pit fueled arsenal of intense musicianship. The new album was produced by Darren Cesca of House of Grind studios which captured a massive final result and features guest appearances from Henrik Cranz from Soils of Fate-guest vocal,
Craig Peters from Deeds of Flesh/Destroying the Devoid-guest guitar solo & Paul Masvidal of Cynic/Ex-Death etc.-guest guitar solo.
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Less sludge and more death metal, anchored in a progressive metal framework, with even more hilarious lyrics about slugs than ever before, what we have on Esoteric Malacology is Slugdge at the peak of their songwriting powers. Is this gimmicky? Sure it is, but much like Nekrogoblikon play amazing melodic death metal with a fixation on goblins and bears, Slugdge do the same here with an angrier, progressive death metal lens to express the joys as well as sorrows of the world of slugs. Heavy as hell, quite varied from song to song, and full of compelling riff craft and surprises, do not sleep on this one. Ippocalyptica
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Far and away the most fun I've ever had while listening to a tech death album. Which isn't to say that you shouldn't take these guys seriously (because they absolutely shred), but it's impossible not to smile when this thing is on. Every song is almost comically fast, and when you pair it with galloping riffs and a vocalist who could probably double as a second drum set, you get one of the most entertaining albums of the past few years. zirtonic