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Broken Flesh - Broken Flesh

Broken Flesh
Broken Flesh
by Aaron "Five Magics" Price at 14 September 2015, 10:51 PM

Ahh…. brutal Death Metal; the land of dead tree logos and vocals, so deep you can't even tell when a line is done. Hello BROKEN FLESH, welcome to the neighbourhood. The new self-titled album from this Death Metal band is bound to be roughly what you expect, not many surprises so I wont try to surprise you.

The good thing about this album, although 12-songs long, all the songs are 3 minutes or less and tend to vary as much as a Brutal Death Metal album can. Thing is, Brutal Death Metal doesn't really vary.. The vocals are bland, monotone and not very interesting as a whole. The instrumentals are fast, but offer no depth. It's hard to talk about something that offers so little attraction.

Every song on this album from "Valley Of Mass Crucifixion" to "Buried Alive" to "By His Blood", is the same idea. The drums are hit as fast as humanly possible, the vocals are low and one dimensional, the guitars might have a cool riff, but normally not, and the bass is inaudible. This is an album I just can not get behind saying it's swell.

That's it, BROKEN FLESH and their self-titled album. The album title is about as creative as the album itself. Maybe it's my lack of an ear for the brutal side of Metal, or maybe it truly is just that bad; but feel free to listen and judge for yourself.

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1. Valley Of Mass Crucifixion
2. Blood Harvest
3. Consumed By Death
4. Buried Alive
5. Hell
6. Cries Of The Damned
7. Forever In Flames
8. Unworthy
9. Exalt
10. Ignominy
11. By His Blood
12. Hate
Jacob Mathes - Vocals
Kevin Tubby - Guitar, Vocals
Dakota Whiteside - Guitars
Joshua Mathes - Bass, Vocals
Brandon Lopez - Drums
Record Label: Luxor Records


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