|Review: Perversity - Ablaze|
Label: Lavadome Productions
Year released: 2011
Genre: Death Metal
Review online: June 11, 2014
Reviewed by: Luxi Lahtinen
Rated 3.4/5 (68%) (5 Votes)
Slovakian Death Metal troupe Perversity have had their machine running since 1995, and then they have recorded four full-length studio albums with the latest being 2011's Ablaze.
Ablaze offers an interesting combination of very unorthodox-sounding Death Metal. The guys in Perversity have obviously spent some time working on their songwriting because Ablaze has many layers and lots of dimension making it, at times, a bit challenging to listen to. But don't let that disturb you; after spinning the album several times, it's hard to deny the potential Perversity possesses.
Technical and brutal Death Metal to the bone, following the same paths bands like Gorguts, Suffocation, Morbid Angel, Immolation, Diabolic and the like, have been wandering for years. Happily, this is not the blastbeat-ridden stuff that many bands love to do these days. Perversity rely more on the technical aspects of their song structures and trying to get the right flow rather than adding a dose of ruthless speed and heaviness by nonstop, yet pointless, blastbeat attacks. Ablaze is certainly blessed by a longevity that will make you to return back to it again and again.
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