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COFFINBORN
COFFINBORN
Beneath The Cemetery
(Xtreem Music)
20:42min

COFFINBORN is a quite new Hungarian entity, sporting a couple of members from MÖRBID CARNAGE, a thrashing band I think I have enjoyed in the past. This band isn't about Thrash, though, good old and dusty Death Metal done the brutal way is what they are up to. A good universal mix of old school European and American Death Metal as we have heard it a thousand times before, I don't think these guys will shed a tear, if I claimed that they have a couple of the early Death Metal classics in their collection. Good downtuned, midpaced dark atmospheric Death Metal, with a section here and there with a little more speed to it, are what we are talking about. The trio delivers their gore-ridden Death Metal in a manner that'll speak to most fanatics of this kind of music, there's nothing new, nothing fancy or anything else about this EP, besides well written and well played Death Metal, we have heard it all many times before, though there are intensity and soul to this release. It won't become a classic, I might even not play it many times, when done with this review, though an easily enjoyable treat that deservers a little headbanging, as we speak. A journey into darkness: www.facebook.com/coffinborn, www.xtreemmusic.com

Anders Peter Jřrgensen

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