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FUNERAL BITCH

FUNERAL BITCH
The Demos
(Black Mass Records)
14:58min

The digging in the legacy of Metal is deep these years, a lot of obscure and hard to get releases are being reissued in different formats again and again, and often that's a joy for people like me, who loves to dig into the history of bands and the music I love. This time around we have gotten the demos from the shortlived Paul Speckmann band FUNERAL BITCH, that started out as ASSAULT, without releasing anything under that moniker as far as I know, and then went on to release two demos as FUNERAL BITCH before WAR CRY / DEATH STRIKE / MASTER and ABOMINATION took over as Speckmann's main priorities. This is from the early days of Death Metal, when it still was a crossover infused bastard of darkness, tuned down Speed Metal riffing and a punkish 'we don't give a fuck' attitude, together with noisy guitar leads, pounding double bass drumming and a puked form for growl / scream. Speckmann is on fire on the demos, absolutely amazing vocals and a big noisy bass, eating up the sound picture and creating a wall of demolition, where the guitar is riffing below, besides when it surfaces with a frenzy and crazy lead, awesome. All fans of early Death Metal, Crossover and Swedish Death Metal will enjoy this release more than a lot, really good music for a rainy Danish day and quite an impact on an early Friday morning, some killer music that has been reissued here, props up and more info at: www.blackmassrecords.com

Anders Peter Jřrgensen

More FUNERAL BITCH reviews:
The Demos - by Thomas Meyer

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