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INSORCIST
INSORCIST
The Slaughter Of Divine Creed
(Apocalyptic Productions / Blasphemy Art Records)
37:32min

Obscure and fast. These two words basically describe INSORCIST's debut. Released by both, Apocalyptic Records and Blasphemy Art Records, this album has a little of everything. Members are well seasoned, talented individuals who managed to put on tape a nice raw, well-balanced production of amazing musicianship. The vocals, ranging from deep to mid-tone growling, are kinda buried in the mix; but don't get me wrong, they add up to the overall gloomy atmosphere. The drum work is simply amazing, pounding non-stop along the way and some songs highlight great bass work too. Guitars shift from fast tremolo riffing to heavy as hell power chords, some harmonized lines and blazing leads. I hate to compare bands, but INSORCIST could easily be the bastard child of MY OWN GRAVE and (old) IMMOLATION. With this said, one can only conclude the obvious result: a hellish spawn of heavy and ultra-fast Death Metal. A relentless 30 minute attack that shall appeal to any self-proclaimed Death Metal fan. If you don't bang your head to "The Slaughter Of Divine Creed" you might as well be dead. INSORCIST keeps up to the South American legacy of quality, extreme Metal bands and they deserve our support and respect. More info here: www.myspace.com/insorcist, apocalypticzine@gmail.com

Alfonso Perez

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