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DEVIANT
DEVIANT
Apathyphus
(Nuclear Winter Records)
11:19min

After a self titled demo in 2003, followed up by an EP called "Tools Of Termination " in 2004, Uppsalla's DEVIANT sign to little known The Spew Records out of Brescia, Italy. A debut album is thus recorded and released in 2005 entitled "Larvaeon ", all of these I have never heard. Two years after their debut record is put to the street, I now have the opportunity of hearing what this band is all about, with this their new outing called "Apathyphus". "Apathyphus" is a three-inch mini-CD out now on Nuclear Winter Records from Greece, a mixed bag of four rocking and brutal Death Metal songs originally put to tape in January of 2006. This disc, not too unlike a morbid curio of Ed Gein's, a box of his victims noses, a fetid flesh collection that Ed, at times, liked to sit in front of a hand mirror and try on each for a good laugh. So too will you crack an approving grin when giving these tracks the first couple of spins or whether you are already an ardent fan. Featuring the aforementioned Death Metal rocking attack yet unusually hard to pronounce title track, accompanied then by the very EXHUMED sounding 'To Give Ends', followed up by the melting pot of American and Euro styled Death Metal that is 'Weak And Withered', and closing out this EP, DEVIANT have also included a decent cover version of NASUM's 'Inhale / Exhale' with guest vocals by Fredde, of the band SPLITTER, that I am sure just kills on stage in the live forum. Contact: www.deviant.se, www.myspace.com/deviantsweden or www.nuclearwinter.cjb.net

Wes Rhodes

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