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Necrowretch – Putrid Death Sorcery

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I bet there are some underground adepts who will bash the album, only because it has been released by a major label like Century Media. Grow up you fuckers! Necrowretch deserves your attention if you’re into Old School Death Metal of the late 1980s, no matter which label releases it. A lot of thrash influences are on this debut album, which were common in those days. Also the vocals are more in the Merciless vein than a putrid grunt. On the title track the screams are in the Black Metal vein as well, Burzum to be more precise. Without implying you will hear any Scandinavian Second Wave Black Metal on “Putrid Death Sorcery”. So a combination of Merciless “The Awakening” and Death’s “Scream Bloody Gore”, all done with a ditto sound and attitude. Lovin’ it and face it, you ears can listen to much worse! (Ricardo)