|Review: Sewercide - Severing the Mortal Cord|
|Severing the Mortal Cord|
Label: Infernal Devastation Records
Year released: 2015
Review online: May 30, 2015
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Severing the Mortal Cord
Rated 3.5/5 (70%) (6 Votes)
Sewercide, a relatively new Australian underground Metal outfit (formed in 2011), obviously wants to rip your flesh with a crispy, raw and devastating mixture of Thrash and Death Metal. And they do. After releasing a handful of split 7-inches with other rising underground hordes it was time to get something out that was all their own.
Severing the Mortal Cord is the title of these Australian warmongers' 5-track EP and if you pick it up, prepare to be served a lethal dose of vicious Thrash Metal that borrows from the early days of Demolition Hammer and the demo days of Malevolent Creation. While Harry's vocals are pure angst-filled Thrash it's the guitars' buzz saw riffing that crosses Sewercide over the Death Metal border. Their tone is seriously necro and rough. But damn, they sound entertaining and old school as fuck, which I love! They have attitude, determination and most importantly songs that should carry this group onward and make Sewercide an instant favorite.
There's absolutely nothing new in Sewercide's style of delivering the goods but good stuff is always good stuff and that's enough.
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