Look for Blasphemer on Encyclopaedia Metallum (or any metal source), and many bands will pop up. This band is Italian and plays brutal death metal; Italy seems to be quite a generator for brutality or cheesy symphony, as far as metal goes. "Ritual Theophagy" is the band's second full-length release and delivers an anti-Christianity musical torrent, completely set on fire, that will stick with you for a while after listening.
The first track, "Suicide for Satan" opens with a short dialogue, followed by an intro that is slightly reminiscent of Deicide, and then vocals that are VERY reminiscent of Deicide. The deep grunts, occasionally coupled with high screams, certainly bring Glen Benton to my mind. This song does give an accurate impression of what is to come with continued listening, while the remaining tracks don't sound completely the same yet follow through with continuity. Those who listen to brutal anti-Christian death metal might not need a description of the music throughout, but I will say that there is equal emphasis on speed, structure, and middle fingers to the church, and the mix ices the Satanic cake well.
Additionally, it's hard to go wrong with song titles like "Antichristian Extremism" and "Jesus Rapes", which make the band's religious stance as obvious as possible (if the band's name did not clue us in enough). Most of the songs clock in at an average of two and a half minutes, with a three minute track and one under two; I usually prefer songs that are between three and five minutes long, but Blasphemer can write songs that stay interesting while short and to the point.
Personal rating: 9/10 I recommend it to brutality junkies like me.
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