|Review: Purtenance - Buried Incarnation|
Label: Xtreem Music
Year released: 2020
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: November 2, 2020
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 4/5 (80%) (5 Votes)
Purtenance have been stalwarts of old-school Finnish Death Metal since they started out as Purtenance Avulsion in 1991, right when the first wave of Death Metal swept over Finland. In that time, the band has shown no signs of changing their core sound whatsoever, a trend the band proudly continues on their fourth studio album, Buried Incarnation. Outside of a new vocalist in Aabeg Gautam, this is still the same band that cranked out killer albums like Member of Immortal Damnation and ...to Spread the Flame of Ancients. You get the same kind of heavy, sludgy Death Metal the band has been known for since the beginning, made with the care and dedication you'd expect from one of the progenitors of the scene. It's not a particularly complex or involved formula, it just produces strong and occasionally frightening songs like "The Malicious Moon", "Death Confession", and "Wrapped in Lamentation", all of which are vigorous, heavy, and act like nothing past the early '90s matters. Basically, it's a Purtenance album down to the bone, making it a safe bet for those in need of some good old-fashioned Finnish Death Metal.
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