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|3.5 great||Angelboros | March 24th 15|
Appreciate some fresh wine in a glass, get pelted by a cavalcade of insides, and then proceed to smash said glass into pieces the moment Reincarnation in Gorextasy starts playing. Housing 8 tracks that altogether clock in at nearly 26 minutes, Turkey-based brutal death metal unit Cenotaph's fourth studio record is modest listening from start to finish, though by no means can it be deemed spineless or even unproductive. While typical for the subgenre, the band's founder/vocalist Batu Cetin utilizes screams and growls befitting the overall tone of the album nicely. Everybody else manages to add grotesque fuel to the fire also, with Semih Ornek on drums standing out in particular thanks to his ability to maintain pace and abuse the snare, though he doesn't overdo it. Reincarnation... is hardly unique by the standards of the musical style these guys play, but what Cenotaph can do, they handle it pretty goddamn well.
|4.0 excellent||sagu | September 28th 12|
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