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DEADFLESH
DEADFLESH
Sic Semper Tyrannis
(self-financed)
43:28min

Good old DEADFLESH has returned from the grave, still with Allan Hartvigsen at the helm, who has found three new soldiers to deliver the madness, together with him. The Danish band has a long good history, as they started out in 1994, and has one official demo and the two full lengths "Unreleased Hate" and "World War III" from 1998 and 2008 under the belt. And now, almost ten years since the last album, they have released "Sic Semper Tyrannis", a good slap of uncompromising old school Death Metal. A good mix of good old British, American and Scandinavian mid-paced heavy as fuck Death Metal, slow evolving songs that end up crushing skulls, with solid guitar riffs, great leads, heavy bass and crushing rhythm patterns, and some good guttural growls that fits this universe really well. The songwriting is quite good, the music has a great flow, great pacechanges, and interesting parts, and some good groove when needed. It is seasoned skills behind this band and the music. The production is quite fitting as well, heavy, organic with a good punch. If time stopped moving in the mid-nineties, this is how all good Death Metal would have sounded like, and that is actually not something I would have minded. A great autumnal dive into warfare and pounding Death Metal. More info at: www.deadflesh.eu and www.facebook.com/deadfleshmetal

Anders Peter Jørgensen

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