|Review: Fetid Zombie - Abort the Messiah|
|Abort the Messiah|
Year released: 2008
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: September 6, 2008
Reviewed by: Michel Renaud
for:Abort the Messiah
Rated 3.86/5 (77.14%) (7 Votes)
Hot on the heels on the full-length Pleasures of the Scalpel, Fetid Zombie are back with a very short EP - 4 songs for slightly less than 11 minutes. It's over before you know it! The band stays the course here, with a gore-themed, somewhat brutal but catchy Death Metal with -mostly- very guttural vocals that blend very well with the music (sometimes a little too well, as if they got lost somewhere in transit.) The sound is better here than on the previous album - the songs sound heavier, the guitars sound better, crunchier, sometimes a little on the thrashy side. Machine gun-style riffage meet more laid back but heavier, crushing riffs. Not much else to say for such a short release - those who liked Pleasures of the Scalpel will find themselves in known territory here, but with a sound that'll tear 'em a new one.
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