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Putrid Evocatation – Echoes of Death

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In my review on their promo I said that music wise, they combine the South American rawness with a bit of Swedish Death Metal rhythms in the starting days of that scene and slower Autopsy. Well, now you have a full length full of it! The sound is totally end 1980s / begin 1990s, which gives “Echoes of Death” an raw, authentic and pure feeling. The vocals of B. Nekroskull are low and diabolic and in the end you will hear a Convulse cover (“Putrid Intercorse” of the “World without God” album) It will never win any “Originality”-prize in any contest, but this is very well executed Old School Death Metal and worth every single cent you spend on it. (Ricardo)