|Review: Inharmonic - Flesh Inferno|
Year released: 2014
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: November 15, 2014
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 3.7/5 (74%) (10 Votes)
Finland's answer to the infamous icon-crushers in Deicide must be this 5-headed monster of an act called Inharmonic. These frenzied, technical Death Metal maestros made an indelible impact on me in 2011 with their 3-track demo, Ugly.
Inharmonic's intense performance can hardly turn any uglier as it is on the band's latest 5-song EP titled Flesh Inferno. The whole band steps forth with such intensity and brutality that no one is safe from their all-mangling Death Metal storm. This is technical, impulsive US-tinged, especially by Deicide, Death Metal that has many surprisingly catchy moments woven into their songs structures. The main thing Inharmonic attempt to do is keep their songs versatile and mercilessly brutal without forgetting that everyone's involvement in the band is absolutely vital. The playing is tight and thoroughly professional and every detail was thought out and carefully crafted before the nails were hammered through the arms for good. With Flesh Inferno, Inharmonic are on fire.
Flesh Inferno will undoubtedly be welcomed with open arms by the extreme Metal community and represents a huge step up on the long stairway to success.
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