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INTERNAL SUFFERING
INTERNAL SUFFERING
Supreme Knowledge Domain
(Qabalah / Repulse Records)
31:32min

It's cool to see that the South American scene is still alive and well when it comes to Death Metal. I'm not solely talking about the Brazil masters of extremity KRISIUN and REBAELLIUN or Peru's underground legend MORTEM. Also Colombia-based INTERNAL SUFFERING have to offer a real slaughter piece in gory and ultra brutal grinding Death Metal. This is a horrifying slab of sickness and utter brutality in the vein of the MORTICIAN fuckers or the Mexican sickos DISGORGE. Unfortunately INTERNAL SUFFERING have a similar problem like the last mentioned outfit on their second album "Forensick". The production is pretty noisy and the songwriting rather dull, so some parts on "Supreme Knowledge Domain" are quite monotonous. Only recommendable for people who like the pungent stench of corpses.

Schenk

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INTERNAL SUFFERING
INTERNAL SUFFERING
Supreme Knowledge Domain
(Displeased Records)
41:38min

As Schenk already reviewed the original version of this album in our review section a while ago I don't see the need to repeat what already had been said before... Just a few additional facts: this re-release comes up with four bonus tracks (from the band's "Promo 2000") and a slightly changed layout. The original version of "Supreme Knowledge Domain" is said to be quite difficult to find these days, so a re-issue of the album does indeed make sense. Musically INTERNAL SUFFERING deliver highspeed, frognoise Death Metal in the most extreme and brutal way (my rather small PC speakers almost collapsed while I listened to this totally devastating inferno, no joke!!) - still not my cup of tea at all (I prefer real brutality over this unnatural sounding extremity), but as there seems to be a market for bands of this kind, fans will most certainly welcome this re-release with open arms. All further info at: www.internalsuffering.cjb.net or www.displeasedrecords.com.

Frank Stöver

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