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Martyrdoom – Grievous Psychosis

martyrdoom – grievous psychosis

Dark sinister speaking, rumbling in the background, that`s how it starts before you enter a dark realm of (mostly) doom/death the ancient way crushing everything like a bulldozer. This album is HEAVY, taking influences from Asphyx, Hail of Bullets, Obituary, Pentacle, this a strong mixture of atmosphere laden death metal, focusing on groove and song writing. Straight forward without compromise. The production fits perfectly. The singer is a bastard between Van Drunen and Tardy (more on the Tardy side). The riffs are crushing, the bass rumbling and damn present and the drums have enough variation to give the songs the right groove. Strongly recommended if you like your death metal heavy. Memento Mori had a good hand on this one.  (DPF)