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DESECRESY
DESECRESY
Arches Of Entropy
(Xtreem Music)
44:17min

Finnish (old school) Death Metal has truly been making its new coming for the last 2-3 years or so. KRYPTS, ASCENDED, STENCH OF DECAY, LIE IN RUINS, SWALLOWED and a bunch of others, have been following the same death-reeking path that bands like ABHORRENCE, FUNEBRE, DEMIGOD, CONVULSE and so many other Death Metal forces from Finland, wandered in early ‘90s, pounding their bones away from the dust. DESECRESY, this 2-man Death Metal army is yet another act to rumble the same grounds, featuring ex - SLUGATHOR member Tommi Grönqvist on bass, guitar and drums and ex - NERLICH and former SERPENT ACSENDING member Jarno Nurmi on vocals. It comes no surprise really at all but DESECRESY have also chosen the darkest and murkiest path to be walked through, churning out mostly slow or mid-tempo orientated old school Death Metal the way that is said by many only Finns can do it best – spicing it all up with dreary and haunting melodies that put cold shivers running down your neck. DESECRESY have managed to mutate the best worlds of corpse-heavy and grave-reeking old school Death Metal into one awe-inspiring wholeness on their debut studio album “Arches Of Entropy”, focusing and relying on exactly those things they know deep down in themselves they can do best – and without thinking much further at all whether they may lack of some originality or uniqueness or not (as they obviously do, but who actually cares?). Mirroring “Arches Of Entropy” against the aforementioned aspects, and having enough love and fascination in all-swallowing old school Death Metal in general, DESECRESY make undoubtedly a great company for your cultivated ears if you have just ever stumbled across this specific type of Death Metal sound that so many past and present Finnish Death Metal bands have once adopted for themselves over the past years. You like it murky, down-tuned, fusty smelling and shamelessly done in true old school fashion? Then here’s obviously something for you. Nothing else to be reported from DESECRESY’s direction… for now, I mean. www.myspace.com/desecresy, www.xtreemmusic.com

Luxi Lahtinen

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