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Review: Entety - Cadaveric Necrogrind
Entety
Cadaveric Necrogrind

Label: WWIII Music
Year released: 2002
Duration: 32:07
Tracks: 7
Genre: Death Metal

Rating: 1.5/5

Review online: May 17, 2002
Reviewed by: Christian Renner
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Cadaveric Necrogrind

Rated 3.5/5 (70%) (2 Votes)
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Hmmm where do I start with this album? Well the breakdown sections are pretty cool and some of the intros are pretty interesting but unfortunately that is the only thing that is really worthy of mention for this release.

I am not a fan of grindcore metal and this is exactly what this album is other than the few breakdown sections I mentioned earlier. The majority is 3000 beats a minute with cookie monster with a bad cold style vocals and really bass heavy production. I know this appeals to some people out there and let me assure you that I am not in a habit of denigrating someone else’s musical taste but this style of music does absolutely nothing for me personally so whether this is actually good or bad would really depend on someone’s opinion that listens to this style of music more often than I do (which is usually never). I like extreme metal as much as the next guy but this ultra hardcore grind music is simply boring background noise to me. It is obvious to me however there is talent here since the breakdown sections are very well done but if the highlight of the album for me is the 30-second breakdown sections here and there that doesn’t make for a good album in my opinion.

This is a collection of unreleased or underground songs from the early 1990’s when this band was active. They have since split and are in other bands such as Infamy, Coffin Texts and Engrave. If you are a fan of this style of music this may very well appeal to you but for me it was forgettable at best.

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