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Misanthropic Carnage

Severe Torture Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (4 Oct 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Karmageddon Media
  • ASIN: B00068418I
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 216,212 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Aural Carnage 4 July 2003
By Simon
Format:Audio CD
This album hits you head-on like a 10 ton truck, starting off with Mutilation Of The Flesh with some of the best blast beats I've ever heard, sounding a lot like Aborted from neighbouring Belgium (ST are from Amsterdam). Dennis' vocals are the most extreme I've heard, crossing between Chris Barnes' growl with the almost mechanical-like scream from The Berzerker IMO. I'm currently waiting to see if Death Of Millions are more inhuman. This is a Brutal Death record dealing with topics such as killing Christ on Your Blood Is Mine which does seem quite childish when you realise that bands like Deicide and Incantation have done this since the 1980's, to torturing genitalia on Castrated. The songs do tend to drag on sadly with Track 2 for example seeming quite short in the liner notes but when played, the song practically repeats itself before ending However who buys a record for the verbal content rather than the musical composition (except me who buys them for both). Overall if you like your Death metal savage like Cannibal Corpse but not overly gory like Carcass or Cattle Decapitation, then divorce your other CD's and elope with this beauty!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Severe Torture- Severe Talent 26 Jun 2003
By Simon
Format:Audio CD
I first heard Severe Torture on their Feasting On Blood album, courtesy of a mate at College, and was instantly hooked. I bought this album last week (16th June 2003) and it even arrived early-cheers Amazon!!!
As you would expect this band, being a death metal band, like to shock with their art and the cover does just that. I have a pretty firm stomach but this cover was the first which made me feel sick when I first looked at it. The worst bit was seeing the 3 HUGE gashes in the (cartoon) girl's leg.
The album first starts with the catchy Mutilation Of The Flesh and takes you through a rollercoaster of deliberate pits and troughs before finishing with jarring riffs with Your Blood Is Mine. Overall a great way to spend 40 minutes of your soon-to-be-severed life!!!!!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Barbarous! 2 Sep 2004
By Matt Pullen - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Nothing about this album is tranquil - from the get go, the death metal chaos starts and goes full blast until the very last brutal note. I'd call this Cannibal Corpse with less rhythm and groove, provided that there aren't a whole lot of hooks; my impression is that this is just a band to have fun and go wild with. The almost constant double bass drums followed by tons of fast-paced blast beats are thick and have that "bouncy" sound that provide plenty of bone crunching fills. This singer sounds as if he is trying to emulate Chris Barnes' extremely low grunts and growls on 'Tomb of the Mutilated' - only the vocals on this record are significantly deeper on the tonal level. The complex and blistering guitar riffs are seemingly in vein of Cryptopsy's "None So Vile" album with constant tremolo picking that bleeds with ugly and razor sharp melody.

The crystal clear production allows the bass to be heard with ease within the constricting mix of the guitars and vigorously pounds sound into the empty cracks of each song. Occasionally, you can really hear some amazing bass work when it's got time to emerge from following the foundational riffs and shows itself off a little bit with the speed of a machine gun. Structurally, the songs are a train wreck with recursive guitar riffs, but since this is brutal death metal, I don't think many people are going to care about perfect formation. Chances are, if you listen to brutal death metal, you aren't looking for something revolutionary, anyways. More than likely, most brutal death metal bands aren't out to transcend anything; most are just there to have fun, and this album is no exception to the aforementioned claim.

Think along the lines of Wormed, Visceral Bleeding and Beheaded...bands that you can just kick back and violently bang your head along with. Again, this is nothing new to the genre, but it's still consistent, as well as a brutal treat. If you're looking for a good time, put Misanthropic Carnage into your CD player; grab a cold drink, head bang to your heart's content.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brutal Death Metal that is actually consistent 26 April 2005
By J.C. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
See, fellow Death Metalheads. This is what Death Metal should sound like. Death Metal played brutally and harshly while being consistent at the same time. One of Holland's (The Netherlands) bands is getting better with this second album, Misanthropic Carnage. Severe Torture exemplifies this fact. With lyrics full of gory fun, this band knows how to play their instruments well, unlike Cannibal Crock. Ultra-deep growling, insane blastbeating, and overwhelming guitar riffs sum up this album. There are some songs that have outstanding guitar half-solos in the midsection of the vein. The best (and my most favorite) song of this album is Your Blood Is Mine. There are also three bonus tracks featured in this album and the production of these songs are almost clearly refined in a good way. These songs are just as excellent as all the others in this album.

Whoever says that Severe Torture sounds like Cannibal Corpse is an absolute nincompoop. Severe Torture is nowhere near the abysmal level of Cannibal Crock plus they are several times better than CC.

Long live Holland Death Metal and all good Death Metal in particular!!! \M/\M/

SIDE NOTE:

Sorry about my comments about you, Cotton Hell. You may not like Malevolent Creation's "Envenomed" CD but I sure do.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Extreme Brutal Death Metal 5 Nov 2002
By Disgorger666 - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I don't how to begin. This is the most brutal,heavy, fastest, headbanging CD I've ever heard. No one can compete Severe Torture except maybe their future releases. This CD is more technical, faster and brutal than their first "Feasting On Blood". The production is better on this one than their first one. The guitar sounds are amazing, you can hear Patrick doing his solos on bass(amazing)but what has mostly improved were the drums(which you can hear the blast beats this time) and the vocals(which are still very guttural and has some shriek vile screams but you can hear a few words comming out from his mouth). The only little very little negative point that I have to make is that the song are less catchy than on their previous work but heck who cares? You just wanna spin your head until it implodes. And of course the lyrics are not for the weak of hearts. If you couldn't pass the Butchered At Birth lyrics, then forget Severe Torture because they're gonna make you scream to death. And finally their cover which is simply mind-blowing( the uncensored of course but unfortunately they made a censored cover throughout alot of countries which sucks). Anyways EXTREMELY HIGH RECOMMENDED for death metal and brutal death metal fans. Severe Torture will dominate in the future. See ya
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4.0 out of 5 stars Bring On The Carnage 3 Nov 2006
By Bill Lumbergh - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Severe Torture, while bringing nothing that new to the death metal genre, plays the music strong and brutal. If you don't like Cannibal Corpse and Suffocation, stay away from this. However, if you're amongst that crowd like I am, be prepared for nine tracks of monstrous mayhem! The music has some good leads to it, and while it may not be melodic, it is great nonetheless and Severe Torture put it off very well. The vocals are very guttural, and the drumming is good.

If you dig bands like Suffocation, Decrepit Birth, Cryptopsy, and Cannibal Corpse, you'll dig Severe Torture. Guaranteed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Doesn't get any better then this... 17 Jun 2005
By Jesuschrist_died_invein - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Wow, these guys are great and their music is pretty much technical as well as satanic which is always a plus in my book. All the elements are in place and the lirycs are truly disturbing... If you like brutality and unforgiven dm? Get severe torture's "misanthropic carnage" its worth the purchase! Buy it !
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