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COLDBLOOD
COLDBLOOD
Indescribable Physiognomy Of The Devil
(Satanath Records)
51:47min

The album starts with a short quote from “Rosemary's Baby”: “God is dead - Satan lives” and it clearly states that you shouldn’t expect Christian gospels here but in your face Death Metal. I have to admit that I never heard of those Brazilians before although they exist since 1992 and released plenty of demos, EPs and three full-length albums. COLDBLOOD do not sound like a typical South American band and they also don’t sound like KRISIUN… I would describe their style as a mix of US and European and between technical and mid 90s Death Metal. This is neither old school nor new school, it’s simply Death Metal. They put a lot of ideas, great riffs and some cool leads into their compositions and deliver some interesting but still straight forward and brutal Death Metal. Unfortunately the vocals are not my cup of tea… that guy sounds like a Howler Monkey but besides that I find “Indescribable Physiognomy Of The Devil” a very enjoyable album. By the way, the production is rather cool, the album sounds massive and powerful. The last three songs are just instrumental versions of three album tracks… strange idea, but why not, especially because I don’t like that voice too much and so I enjoy those three songs more than the vocal versions. www.facebook.com/coldblood.officialpage, www.satanath.com

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