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DISINCARNATE
DISINCARNATE
Dreams Of The Carrion Kind
(Displeased Records)
62:36min

What should you write about a record that everybody knows and hopefully has at home in his collection already? This is the re-release of 1993's masterpiece of James Murphy's band, enhanced with the 3 tracks from their "Soul Erosion" demo from 1992. For those out there who didn't know Disincarnate yet, it's a classical old school Death Metal record with great riffing, excellent drumming and more excellent melodic solos by Mr. Murphy. It's a great mixture of the bands that James played in before, like Death, Obituary and Cancer so you know what you get. I really get nostalgic feelings while listening to the songs. The 3 tracks from the demo, that I didn't know before, are on the same level as the entire album. The production from Colin Richardson (it wasn't his best) was remastered, and the booklet re-designed (it includes liner notes from guys like Monte Conner, Joel Stroetzel (Killswitch Engage) and James Murphy himself now). So, if you are into old school Death Metal and shouldn't already own this record yet, get this great re-release now. Hopefully James Murphy will be able to do another record sometime. For more info, check out www.displeasedrecords.com.

Stefan Hagmayer

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