8 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their second album, old-school death metal revivalists Gruesome continue their pattern of writing in the style of the genre’s defunct pioneers, Death. The intricate chromatic riffing, rollercoaster arrangements, and flesh-flaying solos of “Inhumane” and “A Waste of Life” recall the nuances of the legendary Florida group's 1990 album Spiritual Healing as Exhumed guitarist/vocalist Matt Harvey growls and shreds in the spirit of departed Death ringleader Chuck Schuldiner. The hellish gallop of “Fate” and the knotty power groove of the title track help complete this faithful homage.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their second album, old-school death metal revivalists Gruesome continue their pattern of writing in the style of the genre’s defunct pioneers, Death. The intricate chromatic riffing, rollercoaster arrangements, and flesh-flaying solos of “Inhumane” and “A Waste of Life” recall the nuances of the legendary Florida group's 1990 album Spiritual Healing as Exhumed guitarist/vocalist Matt Harvey growls and shreds in the spirit of departed Death ringleader Chuck Schuldiner. The hellish gallop of “Fate” and the knotty power groove of the title track help complete this faithful homage.

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