|Review: Vomit Division - Hell in a Bottle|
|Hell in a Bottle|
Label: Metal on Metal Records
Year released: 2020
Review online: December 11, 2020
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
for:Hell in a Bottle
Rated 4/5 (80%) (5 Votes)
Vomit Division are a German one-man act that plays in exactly the kind of dirty, raging Black/Thrash you'd expect based on their name. With song titles like "Panzerabwehr Rock'n'Roll", "Slaves of the Cock" and "Cunts & Cocaine", it's pretty clear that this isn't meant to be anything other than a defiant middle finger to all things trendy, commercial, and tasteful, and mainman Desmotes has both the attitude and the chops to pull it off. Influences like Hellhammer, Necrophobic, Desaster, and even Motörhead are present, all coming together to make a vile, filthy stew of Black/Thrash that serves as a spot-on example of what should happen when you mix both genres together. You get the expected raw, relentless blasting mixed with the dirtier, more Rock'n'Roll inspired tracks like the hilarious "Black Metal Bastards", but there are places where the band actually does something a little different to add dimension to their sound, such as on the slower crawls of "Humunculus" and the melodic, keyboard-backed Trad section of "Goat VVytch King". No matter what they do, however, Vomit Division do it all in the name of debauchery and sin, and if that's what you're looking for in life, then Hell in a Bottle has you covered.
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