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STRANGE FACTS IN THE SCALPEL CASE
STRANGE FACTS IN THE SCALPEL CASE
Unearthed
(self-financed)
21:41min

CARCASS haven't lived in vain, they have inspired heaps of bands that again have inspired countless bands again... and the tale of the wicked continues. This Belgian horde STRANGE FACTS IN THE SCALPEL CASE can be traced back to the masters of horror and gore, though have incorporated other healthy aspects into their blood dripping and ghastly Death Metal. The mini album is dark and wicked, and doesn't catch on at first, at least not for me, though after a good deal of listens the darkness prevails and the music becomes interesting, as the band does play on many facets. It is not the most original songwriting ever made, there are multiple traces back to old giants within Death Metal of horror and gore and a tad of melodic and cold Black Metal riffing here and there. Overall the material possess a dark and eerie atmosphere, that in the right setting works out really well, their universe of horror is created well, and the musical settings together with the rather puked growl and various screams do add to the overall atmosphere. I've been sucked into this vortex of sickness, and with what STRANGE FACTS IN THE SCALPEL CASE has made with "Unearthed" I'm sure we'll soon see a gore-laced full length of even more madness. I've been convinced and I'm sure Killjoy will approve of this music as well. Get into the grave: www.facebook.com/strangefactsinthescalpelcase

Anders Peter Jřrgensen

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