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Morfin – Inoculation

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First of all, this album made my day. Really! Fuck it for a decent intro, this is an album you just have to listen to, for old times’ sake. Why? Because it’s one of the best Death like albums I’ve heard in years. Maybe even since Burial’s “Relinquished Souls” (1993) which was a great album in the vein of Death’s “Spiritual Healing”. Morfin decided to go one album backwards, and try as much as possible to get close to “Leprosy”. They also added some Massacre and even Obituary (take a listen to the vocal lines on “Dark Creators” and you will hear some typical John Tardy “Slowly we Rot” vocal lines) in their songs. The instrumental bass track could have been skipped in my opinion, on the other hand Metallica’s “Kill ‘em All” has “Pulling Teeth” as well so it’s probably a matter of taste. Did I mention there is a Death cover on this album as well…The obvious “Leprosy” has been recorded. Zero points for originality, but who cares if you get this in return. (Ricardo)