This was one of the first death metal albums I ever owned, and it remains one of the best death metal albums of ALL TIME. But listening to it on bandcamp, it seems to have been remastered or something? Undoubtly more clear than the CD I bought in the 90s.
Favorite track: Inbreeding the Anthropophagi.
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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21st century death metal has a tough job getting "the hook" right. Brutality, technicality: there is no secret formula to that first 60 seconds but "immediate" is one tack the bold employ, and cratsmen as skilled as BI reap rewards with it. An absolute masterclass in how to deliver a debut full-length, _Starspawn_ stands among maybe half a dozen DM records that offer the same what-the-fuck-is-this? feeling that _Altars of Madness_ had upon its releease 30 years ago. Paul Schwarz
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Woah, this is utterly fucking crazy! A whirlwind of technical precision and dizzying speed. Simply brutal! I dare say, if one were to be at one of their shows (ahem, me) don't be surprised of some poor bastard ends up being thrown through a wall. Just saying... metalheadchris
New Zealand technical death outfit Ulcerate have often been praised for their innovative genre approach—but six albums into their discography, there's even greater strength in their consistency. Bandcamp Album of the Day Dec 20, 2016
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I couldn't believe my ears when I first heard this in the late 80's. I've owned it on every format through the years. This FDR version is a great addition to my collection. If you're new to death metal and not given this a listen, this is masterful stuff. Fraz