|Review: Exegutor - Embassy of Hell|
|Embassy of Hell|
Label: More Hate Productions
Year released: 2015
Review online: November 25, 2015
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Embassy of Hell
Rated 3.75/5 (75%) (4 Votes)
Well-made Grindcore always puts a smile on my face and cheers me up. Sounds pretty brutal, doesn't it?
Exegutor, from the Belarusian soil, was formed in 2009 and trust the power of grinding noise, as the band's latest 13-song release, Embassy of Hell (released by Sathanas Records and More Hate Productions), proves loud and hard.. Exegutor trust firmly in the power of old school Grindgore, à la Terrorizer, Napalm Death and Extreme Noise Terror, without sounding directly like any of them. The band's engine for churning out a pleasant sounding, pure Grindcore is in good shape; they come over our villages and cities like a good-sized tornado, causing havoc all around wherever they hit – and that's always a sign a job well done. Exegutor's occasional Crust and Death Metal elements spice all of the thirteen tracks on the record nicely, providing some real rebellious Punk attitude and sheer heaviness for their amazingly relaxed-sounding Grindgore excursion. Also, this must be the first time I hear a Grindcore version of Venom's "Black Metal". Exegotor has decided to treat this classic song with pretty rough hands, adding some whirlwind speed and a bucketful of rusty nails. Sounds dangerous? You bet it does.
Embassy of Hell is a very solid Grindcore release all in all, so if you like the genre, you may want to check this album out too.
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