All Music Guide - http: Earlier Regurgitate releases struck a chord with fans of disgusting, Earache-schooled grindcore and death metal, but they were hardly groundbreaking. One could argue that Deviant isn't all that groundbreaking either, as the influences of Earache bands such as Napalm Death, Carcass, and Terrorizer are still strongly evident there's even the Stockholmarna kanns seriosa of a song by another, more obscure Earache band, Unseen Terrorbut the presentation is different.
For one thing, the group has largely ditched the old scatological, medical textbook-referencing song titles and lyrics, presumably, though it's hard to tell in favor of more abstract, sociopolitical-themed titles such as "Systematic Demoralization" and "Depopulation of the Human Race. The production also has a
Stockholmarna kanns seriosa edge, with a grainy, bass-heavy sound similar to the recent Nasum releases no coincidence, as the album was produced by Nasum's Mieszko Talarczyk under the pseudonym Mierre Mongo.
The songs are still brief, concise blasts i. This is not merely another serviceable gore-death-grind metal album; it's one Stockholmarna kanns seriosa 's best — right up there with Nasum's Helvete. These Swedes know what they are doing. The name of the game is grindcore, but wait a minute, don't run away, this is not just faceless smashing without any nuances. Grindcore and especially Regurgitate has much to Stockholmarna kanns seriosa. There is no sense to try to give you single songs which rule, but I try to describe the general feeling of Deviant.
First, take the good dose of old grindcore, the speed of Terrorizer, the murkyness and dirty sounds of Carcass etc. Then add some newer material, clever doom parts and almost atmospheric grumbling like in the Stockholmarna kanns seriosa song, Life Falls before Our Feet and ice it all Stockholmarna kanns seriosa a Swedish touch.
Yep, Deviant sounds absolutely Swedish, in many ways. For example, in many songs Regurgitate's grindcore blasting flirts with Swedish hardcore and rock'n'roll attitude - bands like Entombed and Nine came to my mind. In my opinion that's the best side of Deviant: It rocks and rolls like a steam locomotive, but still it's brutal like Stockholmarna kanns seriosa Damn, this album rocks, do you get the point??? The husky production of Soundlab Studio guarantees, that every dirty detail gets into your ears and also the band itself is in great shape.
Urban's guitar tricks spice this soup cleverly, Jocke's drumming crests like waves of blood and Rikard's vocal performance is beyond description. And although 27 songs sound too much, Deviant works well as a whole, only some real hit songs would have lifted this album's points.
But I don't complain. Fans of ultra-grind and also all you unprejudiced minds who like to be extreme and like to rock, be wise and don't miss this. I have to say this is now one of my favorite grindcore Cds. They've been around sinceand they know exactly what they're doing. Complex twisting riffs, a damn good bassist, and a drummer that doesn't miss a beat makes this band one to check out.
The vocals are like most grind bands, a high and low pitched screaming intertwining. The thing that probably impressed me the most is their variety I always like to do a song by song dissection of an album before I type the actual review, which is impossible with grind.
By the time you get everything sorted out in your head the song is over and it's time to move on.
This is why I hate reviewing grind, even good grind. However let me say Regurgitate made this more of a pleasure than a chore with Deviant. The album Carnivorous Erection fell into that list for me and I wasn't impressed until I heard some of Hatefilled Vengeance that I began to realize these guys have something here. First I would like to say, in contrast to one of my colleagues that I am glad there are no songs with the word shit in them, as there is more to life than feces.
The only band who can do scatology and do it well in my mind are Impaled, so when I see an album with nothing but shit songs, I shitcan it. There is none of that here and I am thankful. Now onto the actual review. One of the funny things on this album is that Relapse promotes is a post-Carcass.
The only real Carcass resemblance on this album is the deeper vocals, which remind me of Bill Steer. However the vocals are more often on the high side than low. The production is great making everything nice and audible, although it can still be a little difficult in this firestorm of chaos. I wish Regurgitate would have provided some lyrics in the promo, just out of curiosity.
One of better recent grind albums in my opinion; this is what Pleasures Pave Sewers by Lockup should have Stockholmarna kanns seriosa. They also use the 1 to 1 ratio almost too.
This is my ratio of a perfect grind album 1 to 1 refers to songs to length Stockholmarna kanns seriosa album in minutes. This has 27 songs in 31 minutes. I think my top ten list of needs yet another reshuffling.
One of the leading grindcore bands that have set grindcore to a higher level. I especially mentioned the fact that they are "one" of the grindcore bands. I have the new Regurgitate album called "Deviant" in my CD-player and I can unsure you that Nasum have a real competition here if you can speak about competition of course.
Regurgitate give us 27 songs, played in less than 25 minutes. Stockholmarna kanns seriosa you know what you can expect. Although they play the same kind of genre I think it's easier to listen Regurgitate than Nasum. Simply because of the crust and groove parts that are between the totally grind parts, which gives the listener a bit more breathing time. I wonder if my neighbours like the album as much as I do, because there is just one way to listen this style of grindcore: I don't think so because you still miss one of the best grindcore albums this year by the Swedish Grindcore assassins!
The last album of Regurgitate "Carnivorous Erection" had one of the most disgusting layouts I've ever seen in my life, this time the layout is more harmless for that the first song is introduced by a short conversation about a dead man that was found without his penis! So in one way they continued with the tradition. But forget about the last album, this time Regurgitate left out those gurgled vocals, their "singer" mostly screams and does only some gurgles and this was the they could do!
The vocals are now more hardcore-oriented. Musically they stayed true to theirselves but also improved their sound, straight to the pint grindcore combined with short metal breakdowns and they also added some metallic guitar riffings.
Don't get me wrong Regurgitate are still the best address when it comes to fast and uncompromising grind but some melodic breakdowns made it on "Deviant". Beside that fast attacks they always play melodic and in the same moment brutal guitar riffs!
Asskicking shit and one Stockholmarna kanns seriosa my favourite grind-albums this year, it's even better than Cripple Bastards' or Nasum's latest efforts, absolutely a must! First vocals are more of a screamy nature instead of the usual deep ultra low gruntings Grind bands often use. But musically, the ultra fast blast passages are cut by slower, catchy CrustPunk riffing and that's where this band show its quality: To be honest, I'm not totally excited about the hyper blast stuff in general and vocals ain't nothing special either herebut I sincerely didn't expect so many exciting passages from a band with such a stupid monicker!
And this album gets better after each track, avoiding to offer the best material at the beginning of it. Moreover, judging the 27 song titles, lyrics seem to be more interesting than the usual Grind Gore stuff! The guitar riffs are obvious and they scratch and dig your brain deep The drums could be compared to a hurricane and the vocals are chaotic and filled with rage, like they should be!
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The production is very good and elevates this band as one of the top of the branch. The lyrics have a social background Stockholmarna kanns seriosa speak against all kinds of oppression that humans undergo They do??? To sum up, I recommend this album with no second thought to all the fans of this genre! So, come with no hesitation and with a lot of passion to mercillesly headbang to Regurgitate's rhythms!!!
Now that the vocal effects have been booted off, the band has very little to do with early Carcass anymore really, this record definitely strays away from their old gory days. What remains is still "Stockholmarna kanns seriosa" remarkable, raging, pissed off album, the sound production is perhaps the best, clearest and most powerful treatment Regurgitate has ever benefitted from A vast improvement over "Carnivorous Erection".
Musically this is excellent, and in terms of grindcore this is still incredibly fast, and the raw ultra-violence behind their songs is still intact but the more Stockholmarna kanns seriosa feel to it and the toned-down gore touch will probably leave some long-time fans with a half-hearted feeling.
Personally, I still think this is an amazing album, I'm sure I'll play it tons of times, however, I will also definitely miss the good old basic, grinding and gore-gurgling Regurgitate sound, "Effortless Regurgitation Regurgitate plays it true to form with no real surprises or innovations, but what they do, they do well. I don't
Stockholmarna kanns seriosa to this kind of shit the same way I do normal metal - I don't anticipate, I just experience.
You take each second for what it is and let it go as the next appears. It's
Stockholmarna kanns seriosa music for the long walk, nor the funeral. It's the soundtrack for the lever, the drop, and the snap. What you find with this album is energetic and well executed. The vocals are more of a rhythm instrument than human voice, really.
The songs can start at the speed of light or with a grooving little riff that devolves into chaos, comes back to groovy order, and leaves again. The production adds to this, especially compared to a Nasum.
The guitars are recorded so as to leave room for the drums and bass to pummel away unfettered. The bass tone is good and ugly, and the drums are punchy and, well, drummy.
It sounds like a kit. In fact, the whole band sounds very live. The songs themselves can be quite entertaining, but can also become tedious after a while. Luckily the group likes to mix the tempo up just a bit to keep you with them. When things do slow a bit, the production works against the band, though. In fact, things become almost bland sometimes, but it never lasts.
Give it a minute.
Although it's not as heavy as other recordings of this type, I would recommend this to a grindcore fan easily enough. monthly ecostorefront.info monthly ecostorefront.info monthly ecostorefront.info till 24 augusti så känns det som ett stort sabotage för turismen i Swedish lapland!
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