Apology For Pathology
Writing this review took me an awful lot of time. Definitely not the band’s fault, though. "Apology For Pathology" has been blocking my stereo for ages but somehow I neither found the time nor the energy to write this review. Hopefully not my apology for HAEMORRHAGE’s pathology cause with a little bit of luck they survived up to now without stupid me. After this review they’ll rock the fuckin’ charts, anyway. That’s because the CD simply deserves it. At least if the stupid mainstream crowd were headbangers. Right from the start "Apology…" takes you on a journey with no return giving you no chance to sit still. Even now I’m hopping in my chair as if I were infected with some sort of mad cow disease. Or is it the Grind disease? There is not a single track boring on here! This record blasts, grooves and bleeds blood and sweat. I have to admit there are songs I like even more than the others, though – namely ‘Cadaveric Metamorphose’ for the dead cool tambourine and the title track for its morbid melody. ‘Nuff said: buy or die a most painful death! P.S.: I still don’t like hidden tracks… www.haemorrhage.ht.st.
• HAEMORRHAGE - Morgue Sweet Home (Ramon Claassen)
• HAEMORRHAGE - Haematology (Ralf Hauber)
• HAEMORRHAGE - Dementia Rex (Stefan Franke)
• HAEMORRHAGE - Split CD (Iñaki (Pinhead))