Inbreeding the Anthropophagi is the second full-length album by the American death metal band Deeds of Flesh. The album revolves around the legend of Sawney Bean and his family, telling of their cave-dwelling existence and grisly practice of attacking travelers on local roads for food and profit.
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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