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|4.0 excellent||Dizchu | June 17th 16|
They've gone full tech-death here. I kinda miss the slam sound from Autopsychosis but wow, the band's really come a long way.
|4.5 superb||Anthracks | June 8th 16|
The little slamgine that could have come a long way from their generic
slam roots, and are now at the forefront of the modern brutal death
scene. Sure, the production could be heavier, but the riffs and
songwriting are exactly what this genre is all about.
|4.0 excellent||Thy Supreme Vomit Kommando, Nicholas von Nuclearpiss | June 3rd 16|
not quite as good as Autopsychosis, but its still high quality brutal death (the slam
elements are scaled back even more on this release) with some cool ideas and surprises thrown in
here and there.
|2.0 poor||Jacquibim STAFF | June 3rd 16|
Katalepsy completely erase what little slam was left on Autopsychosis and opt for a half-brutal/half-tech death approach typical of Unique Leader records. They haven't forgotten their way around a riff, but I get the impression they're overextending their song-writing capabilities in an attempt to be unpredictable. Some of the songs ("After Omega" in particular) are borderline nonsensical in terms of structure, and to cap it off the loud-as-fuck typewriter drums become very fatiguing around the halfway mark. Whether this is just a blip or a sign of things to come, consider me disappointed.
|4.0 excellent||Behexen | January 4th 19|
|3.5 great||Korpcun | September 21st 18|
|4.0 excellent||Loch | January 19th 18|
|3.0 good||Moge | February 11th 17|
|3.5 great||N2B3J | September 20th 16|
|3.5 great||em17ah | July 12th 16|
|4.0 excellent||motyli | June 29th 16|
|4.0 excellent||ckssr1 | June 11th 16|
|2.5 average||Willie STAFF | June 3rd 16|
|4.5 superb||GhostK | May 29th 16|
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