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POSTMORTEM

POSTMORTEM
Constant Hate
(War Anthem Records)
41:20min

My dear Death Metal maniacs - what can I say about such an underground institution like POSTMORTEM? They are without a doubt one of the finest German Death / Thrash Metal bands and for years deeply connected with one of the finest German Metal labels Morbid Records. But time is changing and since the downfall of their label they've found a new home in the Party San sister company War Anthem Records. But did this influence the Berlin based combo in any way? Definitely not, "Constant Hate" is a real skull crushing record with so many great songs and a high headbanging potential. The powerful sound (mastered at Stage One Studio) gives the ten songs such a destructive potential to crush half the German scene in a heartbeat. Talking more as a fan than the serious Metal journalist I have to confirm that "Constant Hate" is really kicking ass and songs like the opener 'Are You Dead' or 'Killing Days' are pure Metal and the album has the potential to sell faster than cold beer on a sunny day. Maybe you are lucky and you can grab your hands on the evil limited edition (what a surprise limited to 666 items), this great album is for sure worth the try. www.war-anthem.de, www.myspace.com/postmortem1

Matthias Auch

More POSTMORTEM reviews:
Seeds Of Devastation - by Matthias Auch

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