|Review: Bone Gnawer - Cannibal Crematorium|
Label: Pulverised Records
Year released: 2015
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: December 3, 2017
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 4/5 (80%) (4 Votes)
Gore-soaked, putrid-filled and limbs-cutting Death Metal from this trio that has such members as Kannibal Lee on vocals, Rancid Ronnie on guitar and Morbid Morgan on drums, backed up with a list of guest vocal appearances from Vincent Crowley to Dave Ingram to Mark Riddick – and the list goes on. Eh, interested?
Bone Gnawer is led by Kam Lee (needs no introduction, I guess), which is one of his many gore and death-oozing outfits. With his two Swedish friends, Ronnie Björnström and Morgan Lie, they have been pumping black blood into this sick monster since 2001 and Cannibal Crematorium is actually this group's second album (the debut, Feast of Flesh, was released in 2009).
I have to say Cannibal Crematorium offers a tightly played, flesh-ripping package of well-produced Death Metal, conceptually based on all kinds of dark and morbid sides of humanity, e.g. cannibalism. Disgustingly sick lyrics accompany Bone Gnawer's flesh juices dripping, sweetly sickening and bones-mangling Death Metal. These sick fucks know how to write decent songs. Kam Lee's deep vocal grunts are still there, and he sounds exactly like he did during the Massacre days. What a guy... Get this!
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