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A great album, but stumbles with Rusay's guitarring.,
By A Customer
This review is from: Butchered at Birth (Audio CD)
There is some pretty creepy stuff going on in this album which results in it becoming a deathmetal masterpiece. It has a great track listing, with pounding rythms which rattle through your brain at a phenominal speed so it is not for the faint of heart or those with a weak stomach for that matter. The tracks on this are superior to those on Cannibal's previous album, but they still suffer from the sluggish guitars by Rusay. This is it's only downfall with Barnes' low groans and gargles covering it up and Websters' bass bringing in the more sludgy deathmetal attitude towards the album. The titles and lyrics may be over the top but one has to cast a smile on its extremity and then relax in its musical power and malevolence.