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ABYSMAL DAWN
ABYSMAL DAWN
Programmed To Consume
(Relapse Records)
37:27min

That's real US Death Metal with some classical reminders to 90s gods like MONSTROSITY, DEATH, MORBID ANGEL, but still with a modern approach. This second album of Los Angeles based ABYSMAL DAWN is a really delighted experience cause it doesn't shake hands with any forms of current brutal Death / Grind trends in all its forms. Here you get real songs done with heart and technical dedication like back in the days of the great wave of Florida based bands. For me this album is pure classical US Death Metal from the 90s transferred into a modern production with some new aspects. Actually one of the best US releases since MONSTROSITY's "Spiritual Apocalypse". It's pretty rare these days that you get such an album from a young band, so show them your respect if you hail the banner of Death from above mentioned bands!!! www.abysmaldawn.com, www.myspace.com/abysmaldawn, www.relapse.com

Ralf Hauber

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