|Review: Enragement - Omnimalevolence of Man|
|Omnimalevolence of Man|
Year released: 2014
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: July 11, 2015
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Omnimalevolence of Man
Like your Death Metal brutal, gore-soaked and heavy, with a good amount of technical skills? Good, good, then behind you as Enragement has just come to your door for a visit.
Enragement is a 4-piece unit from the land of sauna and a thousand drunken and drowned dorks that formed in 2006 bent on spreading their love for Death Metal. Omnimalevolence of Man, the lads' 8-song self-financed debut album, is basically your meat and potatoes type of Death Metal with a modern twist. It's definitely more American-sounding than anything else and bands like Internal Bleeding, Broken Hope and Pyrexia are some of the names that come to mind when listening to these Finnish deathsters. The Enragement team is full of enthusiasm and a burning desire to show everyone that they are able to churn out punishing, brutal and thoroughly raging Death Metal that is delivered with boundless energy. However, they neither impress nor fail and Omnimalevolence of Man turns out to be rather average, leaving room for improvement, no doubt.
For the fans of the more brutal and heavier side of U.S. Death Metal, however, Enragement might be something that deserves your attention. It undoubtedly has its moments but lacks those deadly torpedoes that would sink our ships completely.
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