The Anomalies of Artificial Origin

by Abominable Putridity

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jagdtiger the groove is amazing, if there would be only more brutal death metal bands like this. cyka blyat! Favorite track: Lack of Oxygen.
Forlorn Hope
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Forlorn Hope Technical death metal with beautifully arranged riff and rhythm changes.
Sekator
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Sekator Incredibly well done brutal slamming death metal.

Stunning production, musicianship, groove, etc. A new generation of extrememity. Favorite track: Wormhole Invasion.
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Reissue of The Anomalies Of Artificial Origin, the second full-length from Russian death metal behemoths and recent label signees, ABOMINABLE PUTRIDITY. The out-of-print brutalizer was initially released in 2012 via Brutal Bands Records and earned the adulation of underground slam fiends in the proverbial know. Sputnik Music praised in a 4/5 rating, “The Anomalies… is an album made for death metal fans, emphasizing everything they love and amplifying it in grotesque proportions. The riffs, drums and vocals have all been honed to near perfection, creating an album full of sci-fi based anthems that will bring the alien mosh warrior right out of you.” In an 8.5/10 score, Metal Storm named the record, the “top slam death album of the year,” adding, “For those who are unfamiliar with ABOMINABLE PUTRIDITY, all you need to know is that their sophomore release is quite literally stronger in every aspect: groove, technicality, brutality, flow, clarity, and songwriting prowess. Far be it from me to say these guys are the Tool of brutal death metal, but their overall abilities have improved immensely, surpassing their peers with a vulgar display of power.” Spirit Of Metal concurred crowning The Anomalies Of Artificial Origin, “Russian death metal at its best,” commending its, “musical quality and bombarding brutality,” while Skull Fracturing Metal called the record, “a perfect example of what brutal death metal has to offer. It features relentless blast beats, an endless barrage of vocals that discuss pseudo-intellectual topics, and low-tuned slamming guitars.”

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released October 30, 2015

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