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Brutal Sphere - World Decomposing By Vermin

Brutal Sphere
World Decomposing By Vermin
by Craig Rider at 31 March 2022, 5:05 AM

Metal maniacs, rejoice! I am proud to present to you: BRUTAL SPHERE; independently unsigned, hailing from French grounds - performing Death Metal, on their sophomore full-length album entitled: “World Decomposing By Vermin” (released December 12th, 2021). Since formation in 2016; the trio in question have only 2 full-length albums in their discography so far entitled: “Judgment For Elites” (released February 1st, 2017) & this here sophomoric album entitled: “World Decomposing By Vermin” of which I am introduced to. 8 tracks ranging around 30 minutes; BRUTAL SPHERE arranges an intricately designed formula on some heavy-hitting Death Metal developments.

Opening up with this rampantly remedy; “Death Is Just The Beginning” belts a bruising fabrication in gnarly distortion, dense heft and flamboyant rawness. Where tight yet thunderous punchiness clobbers eardrums with primitive melody, sulfurous rhythms surge with blistering but boisterously bouncy calamity amongst a choppy foundation in weighty yet volatile precision. Steely hooks and galloping chaos excels with slaying grinds amongst a killer laceration mobility that thuds with sturdy mayhem, utilizing uniquely versatile vehemence while savage meatiness towers with vibrantly potent synergy. “Declaration Of War” injects an infectious but thumpy maelstrom of expertise from bass flickerer Olivier, venomously piledriving with rambunctious harmonies and vicious tonality – swampy sludge showcases solidified slabs of rumbling reverberation amongst a fierce firepower collective that trailblazes you with ominous yet jarring grooves in a deathly fashion.

In The Predator’s Skull” berserks into a barraged frenzy of bulldozing crunchiness, as dexterously dynamic pandemonium revs up with monstrous yet sinister ruthlessness from drilling guitarist Pierre. Frolicking his axe with relentless, but cavernous grumbles - a galloping virtuosity quakes with rampaging but battering and brutal chunkiness amongst a blistering artillery that trembles speakers with rifting stability. “Intro” is an atmospheric opener, where ambient grave-yard-like moods merge drum marching - war machine havoc - distilling an immense beginning that sets the tone until unleashing “Seducing The Cadaveric Decomposition” into my skull. This striking pursuit organically rips with shredding substance where bleeding distinctions roar with salubriously guttural growls from Nick, shouting with raspy throatiness while yelling with caveman-like bellows - distinguished but not so hybrid experimentation arms a vicious ramification on sonically seamless oppression with yet riveting grime in bludgeoning profanity that’s mounted with decomposing but hellish wrath profusely & robustly.

Sphere Of Evil” empowers one with more groveling intensity, as foreboding madness possesses one to break chairs over other chairs in a diabolical bombardment of contorted adrenaline and amplified blitzkrieg. Until the penultimate banger “Trinity” monolithically pounds bones and breaks them with stomping but bloodthirsty barbarity, imploding souls with strident tempos & motoring maliciousness. Overall concluding “World Decomposing By Vermin” with the menacing “Outro”; I am compelled to say that BRUTAL SPHERE marvels with spectral waves of dark, gloomy and doomy chaos in which supplies an enjoyably entertaining discovery for all newcomers & veterans alike should you fancy a pugnacious slice of Death Metal perseverance that persists with strong yet fundamental attributes in this sub-genre greatly. Bottom line; a record worthy of spinning, replaying and checking out.

Songwriting: 8
Musicianship: 8
Memorability: 8
Production: 8

4 Star Rating

1. Intro
2. Seducing The Cadaveric Decomposition
3. Death Is Just The Beginning
4. Declaration Of War
5. In The Predator’s Skull
6. Sphere Of Evil
7. Trinity
8. Outro
Olivier - Bass
Pierre - Guitars
Nick - Vocals
Record Label: Independent


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