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ETERNAL ROT
ETERNAL ROT
Cadaverine
(Godz Ov War Productions)
28:56min

This is my first approach to the Doom / Death project ETERNAL ROT. With only two active members (one from England and the other one from Poland) and after a promo tape launched back in 2013, this new release under Godz Ov War Productions seems to be a very promising debut at the very first listening... Under the title “Cadaverine”, ETERNAL ROT offers here a great blend of sounds that recalls contemporary acts as HOODED MENACE, SOLOTHUS, SHAMBLES or COFFINS. This opens with ‘Undying Desolation’, a simple, suffocating, slow Death / Doom composition, followed by ‘In Their Decaying Eyes’ and ‘Putrid Hallucination’. This short full-length (almost 29 minutes) closes with ‘Slough Of Despond’. The production is properly for this kind of stuff: besides the great cavernous vocals, you can hear the typical over distorted bass guitar and a lot of reverb on the snare drum (the drums here were programmed in a computer). It is hard to believe that every track is not really different from each other. Sometimes it sounds like just one long song divided into four. The main problem is that each song has almost the same drum pattern making this not really varied. If the idea was to make this forcefully monotonous, they succeeded. You can follow them here www.facebook.com/eternalrot. If you need a copy go to the label's site at www.godzovwar.com

Miguel Negrón

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