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NECROMORPH
NECROMORPH
Inputcollapse
(Hellville Records)
21:53min

Germany's NECROMORPH started 1995 as a Black Metal band but changed their style over the years to old school Crust / Grind with a raw Black Metal and primitive Death Metal touch. After three demos and one split 7" with ANENCEPHALUS this is their actual full-length demo CD. Most of the nine songs on "Inputcollapse" are quite fast, short and simple with a rough undergound production. The vocals remind me of BELPHEGOR's first two releases: similar deep grunts mixed with hellish screams in a good balance. The layout of the CD is quite simple with an old NAPALM DEATH meets OBITUARY's "World Demise" style cover. Nothing special but yet a solid demo CD. I could imagine that these guys are able to kick some ass on stage. You can order this CD under www.necromorph.net

Tim Klöcker

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