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Necrorite – In Death’s Certitude [EP]

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Within the ranks of Gutwrench, a Death Metal band from Mexico, a certain individual called Uriel Aguillon is responsible for the guitars and vocals. He also has a Death Metal project with his daughter called Rotting Away. And if that isn’t enough, he also has a solo project with the moniker Necrorite…surprisingly enough a Death Metal project. It seems Uriel lives with the “an hour without Death Metal is a wasted hour”-motto. This debut EP also have some guest appearances as Vanessa Nocera (Howling, Skeletal Spectre etc.), Takashi Tanaka (Anatomia, Wormridden) and Rubens Nergal (Ominous Crucifix), among others, have participated one way or another. “In Death’s Certitude” is filled with 4 tracks of rotten and primitive Old School Death Metal in the vein of Autopsy, early Incantation which could be the soundtrack of a decomposing process of a corpse. The fact that Spanish Old School Death Metal label Memento Mori signed Necrorite to release their debut full-length, maybe says enough about the quality of this EP. (Ricardo)