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DETRIMENTUM
DETRIMENTUM
Inhuman Disgrace
(Deepsend Records)
44:13min

From all over the UK (according to their facebook page), DETRIMENTUM started their way in 1999 to conquer the world of Death Metal. It took them nine years to release a first sign of life, called "Embracing This Deformity". Four more years later, they have completed their line-up, adding, among others, Steve Powell (ANAAL NATHRAKH) on drums. And they are ready to show us technical progressive Death Metal. "Inhuman Disgrace" is DETRIMENTUM's second strike, and it keeps the promise the band made on Facebook... Technical, yet not too frisky, progressive, but understandable. It takes, of course, a little time to find a way to the songs. But if you give them the chance, you'll sure like what you hear... As long as you are into technical shit like MORBID ANGEL, SUFFOCATION or even NILE. But DETRIMENTUM are definetely no clones of the American genre giants. They have found their own way, reminding me of melodic GOREFEST, or sometimes STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, concerning the mood in more silent moments like in 'Ascension' (my favourite on this album). Even their country mates of IRON MAIDEN (godfathers of all Metal) sometimes seem to have left their mark. Just listen to 'Effigies Of The Silent Kings' and you'll understand what I mean. To my relief, DETRIMENTUM don't sound as clinical as the latest KATAKLYSM stuff, for example, having a warmer and more natural sound. If you are into technical Death Metal with a special and unique note, check DETRIMENTUM out at: www.facebook.com/pages/detrimentum/132157406832643 (with links to band-sites), or the label-site: www.deepsend.com

Thomas Meyer

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