Eaten Back to Life [VINYL]
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|Length: 2:22 Mins|
So, is the reverence given to the album justified? Does it stand up to the test of time after all these years? By Lucifer's beard does it.
Beginning with squealing guitars which form the intro to opening track 'Shredded Humans', from the moment Paul Mazurkiewicz's pummelling drumming kicks in, Cannibal Corpse rip through thirty-six minutes of solid, blood-pumping, adrenaline-fuelled death metal.
There are absolutely no weak tracks here. However, there are certainly some stand out ones. 'Shredded Humans', 'Edible Autopsy', 'Bloody Chunks' and 'A Skull Full Of Maggots' being the indisputable highlights of the album.
Unlike the sound that Cannibal Corpse would soon evolve into for their next studio album 'Butchered At Birth' (1991), the guitar work on 'Eaten Back To Life' had a thrash-like speed and agility to it, which would only ever be seen again in small snippets, and never fully-embraced as it was here. In fact Jack Owen's guitar work is breath-takingly ferocious across the entire length of the album. Similarly, Alex Webster isn't just a backseat passenger. His bass is incredibly present amongst the brutal onslaught; with cough-and-you'll-miss-them bass fills slipping into the fury here there and everywhere.
And then of course you have Chris Barnes' vocals.Read more ›
HELLO; GONE ALL PERFECT, EXCELLENT PRICE, VERY WELL PACKED; ALSO, VERY FAST; REALLY PERFECT; TOTALLY RECOMMENDED;
CORDIALLY: JESUS GALLEGOS.
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Hardcore death metal with hardcore lyrics and a must for any die hard corpse fan.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
excellent band ... amazing music ... top rated metal band of the century ... artwork amazing ... not for the faint hearted .Published on 8 Dec. 2013 by Metallidazza