So let’s jump in and toss this slab on the turntable and see if interment has stood the test of time, shall we?
With long time engineer/producer Tomas Skogsberg at the helm on this new release, he has captured the bands raw brazen sound, while incorporating a thicker heavier blend at the controls. Everything has an eclectic mix of thrashy
speed metal and midtempo doom-ish breakdowns all with intricate time changes. Every song on this 10 track album is brutally heavy, full of neck breaking riffs roaring like a chainsaw, carving off thick slabs of sound that will appease any extreme metalhead. Johan Jansens’ vocals roar with guttural urgency mixing well with Kennet Englunds massive drum triggers and intricate tempos keeping an old-school-blackened death metal harmony. Toob Brynedal and Janssons’ punishing twin guitar attacks throughout the album have a grinding ferocity, pushing to the surface and dominating each song. Allan Lundholm keeps the music heavy with a bass style that almost leads in song structure and everything else falling into place. Massive speed metal hooks and hypnotic blackened-death metal passages
bleed excessively on each track. Never necessarily repeating this blend, or boring the listener from song to song, but always a tasty change-up on each tune with enjoyable results. I especially like the vocals, that have stayed true since day one and do not incorporate the steady unwavering monotone cookie-cutter grumble that seems so generic with some bands today. Interment have released a very solid album with scent of the buried chock full of monster riffs, bombastic rhythm and an overall dynamic death metal sound.
Death And Decay
Chalice Of Death
Scent Of The Buried
Rise Of The Dead
Dawn Of Blasphemy
Skull Crushing Carnage
Nailed To The Grave
I would suggest this album to any extreme metal-head who appreciates their music scorching loud and heavy as fuck. 9/10 listeners may experience broken necks from headbanging to this bad boy \m/
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