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HARDWARES

SCENT OF DEATH

Of Martyr's Agony And Hate

(Bloody Productions/Pathologically Explicit Recordings)

Reviewed by : Greg Pratt
Rating : 9.0

I'm probably not the only knuckle-dragging Canucklehead death-metal fanatic getting SCENT OF DEATH mixed up with STENCH OF DECAY and CHAPEL OF DISEASE right about now; seriously, how can anyone remember which band is which with names like those? Well, we manage, by making weird-o notes in our palms that say things like "Stench = Autopsy" and "Scent = Immo/Incan," and it totally, absolutely makes sense (also, "Chapel = don't forget to listen to sometime") (sorry, guys). Anyway, SCENT OF DEATH are a Spanish death metal band who released their debut album eight years ago and now are back with their second. What were they doing in the meantime? Apparently, crafting and creating death metal perfection: this sounds like the best of INCANTATION and IMMOLATION (from the sludge to the grind, and all sewers in between) combined with a frantic, blasting edge like DEICIDE on their second album, a sound that actually sends shivers down your spine just a bit, thanks to those amazing guitar riffs ('Ego Te Provoco' and 'The Father's Sins': that's what it's all about). I'm floored that this full-length is put out on a micro indie, yet has production qualities to kill for and pure, horrible, ugly, extreme death metal to die for. I mean, I'm having a hard time finding anything bad to say about this... the intro was boring? The font is a bit hard to read? With one hand on a ASPHYX cassette and the other caressing FUNERUS MP3 file names with my cursor, I swear this one is worth picking up.



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