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INSEPULCHRAL
INSEPULCHRAL
Satanic Supremacy
(American Line Productions)
25:44min

More Mexican madness in my face, this time the evil is incarnated as INSEPULCHRAL, a band that delivers blackened Death Metal with a raw and healthy dose of Thrash Metal riffing, yes we did need a band more in this genre. I don't even want to start guessing of how many bands there is out there, delivering music sounding and feeling like this these years. Though INSEPULCHRAL do have some passion and have a certain intensity in the music, that makes it worth the while. Standard blasting Black / Death Metal with a grim growl on top, some decent riffs, rhythm patterns and ideas, though not much out of the ordinary. Maykos Records released this album officially, so I guess this is a re-issue from American Line Productions, and on top of the original four tracks, and intro and outro, we get two tracks from the "Fuckin' God" EP, the title track and 'Maleficarum Sathanas'. An enjoyable feast of off the mill darkness, good for a listen or two, but becomes a bit too dull a bit too fast. . An enjoyable feast of off the mill darkness, good for a listen or two, but becomes a bit too dull a bit too fast. Lay down your soul to the dark Mexican Rock'n'Roll here: www.facebook.com/insepulchralofficial, www.alprods.net

Anders Peter Jørgensen

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