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NETER
NETER
Inferus
(Satanath Records)
46:28min

From the well known town of Seville in Spain, NETER are here to present you some indigestive Death Metal. The four piece is around for more than a decade right now and with “Inferus”, they just released their third full album. Behold! This one is far from being easy. Shifted rhythms, complicated beats, complex riffing and a mid to slow paced beat make “Inferus” an offering that is not simple to be swallowed. To give an at least vague description of the sound of NETER, imagine bands like ATHEIST adopting the pace of BOLT THROWER and the rhythmic extravaganza of NILE. Sounds complicated and in fact it is. But listening to songs like 'Faceless' or 'Rebirth Of The Overthrown' over and over again, the fascination of that mix slowly unveils. Yet, it is not a sound I personally like to listen to that often. But if I'm in the mood for complex stuff, NETER definitely is not the worst of choices. The more groovy approach to technical Death Metal is the special bonus point that makes “Inferus” stand out of the genre a little bit. And faster parts, like in 'Atlantis Of The Sands' or 'Galvanize', are doing a good job to the audibility of the album as well. With the final 'The Eye Of Sirius', NETER even show an epic face that makes this one the highlight of the album. So, in case this wetted your appetite, check the band out at either neter.bandcamp.com or www.facebook.com/neterofficial. The label can be found at: www.satanath.com

Thomas Meyer

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