|Review: Mörbid Vomit - Doctrine of Violence|
|Doctrine of Violence|
Label: Ranka Kustannus
Year released: 2015
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: March 31, 2018
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Doctrine of Violence
Rated 4/5 (80%) (2 Votes)
Finnish Death Metal butchers Mörbid Vomit want to take your life, no matter how, and what the costs/consequences could possibly be. Doctrine of Violence, the title of these ominous and blood-soaked Finns' debut album, reclaims many of the expectations that people had towards the band's debut album.
For those who weren't aware of these lads earlier, Mörbid Vomit plays violent and morbid sounding old school Death Metal (and even Black Metal, sort of. Just listen to all of those eerie, Dissection/Necrophobic type of guitar harmonies) that borrows some of the best elements from both the Swedish and Finnish underground Death Metal scene of the 90s. It's down-tuned, crispy, mercilessly murdering and spine-splitting Death Metal that offers absolutely nothing new or groundbreaking, but then again it does not have to do so because the band's massive killing capacity – i.e. how much they can actually make you return to this record and play it constantly over and over again – is a guaranteed part of the whole deal here.
Mörbid Vomit are indeed on their killing spree on Doctrine of Violence, throwing us 10 lethal and brain-drilling cuts that leave you begging for more. When you have this sort of unwritten capability to do things right, you don't hesitate to rip all that flesh out of your creative skin either. And this has been done here almost too well. Top-notch Death Metal here – get this for yourself, not tomorrow but preferably today.
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