|Review: Mutard - Inhuman Inebriation|
Year released: 2017
Genre: Thrash Metal
Review online: April 30, 2017
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 3.78/5 (75.56%) (9 Votes)
"Too drunk to drink. I cannot move my body. Time I cannot drink is lost 'cause drinking is my hobby. Too drunk to drink. I'm just too fucking drunk!"
This is Mutard all the way from Heidenheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany; a band that has stuck to the 80s so heavily that it makes you check your calendar and look out of the window to see if you have made a jump 30+ years back in time. These patch-covered lads love to rekindle this old spirit and feeling when Crossover/Thrash wasn't taking itself too seriously and you had all the rights to do everything a bit tongue-in-cheek and just letting some steam off from your own frustrated engine. And man, that's exactly what these German Crossover-thrashers do on their 7-song debut album, Inhuman Inebriation.
Musically it's a very familiar path that they have chosen to walk on: it's full of signs, with such names as Dirty Rotten Imbeciles, Suicidal Tendencies, Municipal Waste, Slayer, Toxic Holocaust, etc. coming to mind. Mutard puts a smile back on your face and makes you happy, yet a bit rebellious again no matter how old you are. It's always cool to raise your middle finger and say, "F**k you!" It helps when you also place Mutard's disc into your CD player and let it lead you toward the world of unruliness, chaos and havoc. Not essential stuff but still tons of fun to listen to. So, here you are: Crossover mixed with Thrash Metal done right.
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