|Review: Yogth Sothoth - Abominations Of The Nebulah Mortiis|
|Abominations Of The Nebulah Mortiis|
Label: Sevared Records
Year released: 2008
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: August 5, 2008
Reviewed by: Sargon the Terrible
for:Abominations Of The Nebulah Mortiis
Rated 3.4/5 (68%) (15 Votes)
This is certainly the best Death Metal album I have heard so far this year. Yogth Sothoth are a Colombian band working their debut full-length, and it is as fine as slab of crunching, evil, guttural Death Metal as you are likely to hear. South America has long been a bastion for old-school Death, and this only serves to add another brick to that wall. Not since Spun In Darkness have I heard such a killer debut.
This is magnificent old-fashioned slayage that harks back to the good old days of Swedish Death Metal, when 'melodic' was not a word you would hear in reference to this kind of music at all. Yogth Sothoth start with an absolutely killer guitar sound as heavy and sharp as a guillotine blade, and with it they wield chugging, smashing riffs that pretty much encapsulate everything Death Metal is about. Vocals are a down-in-the-sewer bellow that doesn't puke all over the music, but adds the right touch of evil. Brutal without being overloaded, heavy, vicious, and memorable, Abominations of the Nebulah Mortiis is an album Death Metal fans must not miss. Highly Recommended.
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