Prostitute Disfigurement - Descendants Of Depravity review
|Album:||Descendants Of Depravity|
|Release date:||May 2008|
01. Torn In Bloated Form
02. The Sadist King And The Generallissimo Of Pain
03. In Sanity Concealed
04. Killing For Company
05. Storm Of The Fiend
06. Life Depraved
07. Carnal Rapture
08. Fatal Fornication
09. Sworn To Degeneracy
Disc II [DVD - Live at Dynamo] [first 4000 copies bonus]
02. Postmortal Devirginized
03. Left In Grisly Fashion
04. Insides To Expose
05. Torn In Bloated Form
06. Bluedrum Torso
07. Bloodlust Redemption
08. Body To Ravage
09. She's Not Coming Home Tonight
10. Victims Of The Absurd
11. Killing For Company
13. Freaking On The Mutilated
14. The Sadist King And The Generallissimo Of Pain
[Backstage footage past tours]
15. "Bad TV"
The Prostitute is back with more VD's than ever, after three full years of absence we finally receive an album so violent and brutal that will spontaneously set small animals and grannies on fire.
But this time Prostitute Disfigurement delivers a different line in their music; while they still keep their brutal levels on the roof, they also added some more technicality here and there, they polished themselves, they created something more enjoyable in many levels. To begin with, the vocals sound cleaner (sort of) and the guitars sound uncontrollably fast; the album still flows on an incredibly hostile environment, the drumming is even more brutal than ever and the band keeps a crazy rythm throughout the entire piece...so basically this is less groovy/catchy riffs and more spasmodic/dazzling timing. As a whole the album works perfectly; the fans of this band will be undoubtedly pleased and I'm sure even more people will begin to be interested by the music inside this CD.
Highlights in this album can be found aplenty; "Torn In Bloated Form" is in charge of setting the overall mood of this album, no introduction, no fade in, no bullshit...it starts and ends abruptly with a ravenous brutal vibe, a savage and incredible song. "Storm Of The Fiend" shows a more balanced band, after chilling guitar solos and fast patterns, the pace slows down a little bit, we then get to hear a couple of catchy breakdowns and mid-paced sounds in the end of the tune, this song reminds me of a younger Prostitute Disfigurement, it works great for nostalgic reasons. There are at least 7 more great tracks in this record, but I won't spoil the party for you.
In the end this is Prostitute Disfigurement, it's obvious who is going to be amazed by the offering and who will get easily scared. Personally I may be loving "Left In Grisly Fashion" even more, but this new record isn't less great or less surprising than the aforementioned title; if you like brutal death metal you get the picture, in my opinion this is definitely one of the most brutal and surprising releases this year.
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