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INHUME
INHUME
Moulding The Deformed
(War Anthem Records)
36:39min

Some things will never change and one of these basis facts is that our dear Dutch friends INHUME are a rotten bunch of Death / Grind fanatics. What started over a decade ago with a split EP with their German brothers BLOOD these days is completed with their latest creation "Moulding The Deformed". And without any kind of surprise album number four is again a release for 'mathematic' freaks with 14 songs within the strict time limit of 36 minutes. Don't expect the unexpected - INHUME are doing what they are born for and that means blowing the brain out of every available victim. Especially the slightly longer tracks - everything over 3 minutes - are the interesting material on "Moulding The Deformed" (for example 'Cure For Life').The majority of this release is offering the standard Grind / Death mélange - played on a high technical level plus a supporting clean sound and extreme cool cover - but nevertheless in no way essential. INHUME are playing their kind of music without compromise and this approach earns my respect even if the majority of the pure Death Metal fans is looking for more varied noise! www.inhume.nl, www.war-anthem.de

Matthias Auch

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