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Morgue Supplier - Inevitability

Morgue Supplier
by Allen Peters at 28 June 2022, 1:34 PM

“Inevitably,” is speaking of death. From the vaults of MORGUE SUPPLIER, their latest was just released by Transcending Obscurity Records and you will find nothing but pure Grindcore from the Chicago based band.

I will skip over “Absurd Identity,” the number one song because the number two “Closing In” is doing just that. The bass drum couldn’t be any faster starting out, sucking you down the dark path to your inevitable death and after this disturbing tune you are four minutes and twenty-five seconds closer to it. This is the first single released from this happy little story that purposely takes you on your own personal journey to hell.

“Empty Vacant Shell”, will leave you feeling ripped inside out and empty. The chaotic madness of the rhythm is all over the place, a terrifying tale that is taking you deeper and darker, somewhere most do not want to go. Nowhere will you find any happiness in this one. If you need to release your inner demon in through and out of your headphones, this one will take you there.

Eerily starting out, “Departure,” leaves you wondering where this one may go with its trance like addition to this hardcore, as fast as you can go band. It keeps you there for a two-minute interlude, leaving you hanging, with expectations of everything coming crashing down at any minute. It stays in the pocket nicely and adds a nice touch of spookiness, setting us up for the inevitable chaos that will surely come at the end, but does not.

The growls and screams are back on “My Path to Hell”, dragging you along with its simple bass line in addition to more sporadic triple speed drums and some simple guitar licks thrown on top to keep it flowing. If you were on your way down to a hot and fiery hell this would be an appropriate soundtrack to have playing in the background. The devil would be proud.

The title track wraps it all up at the end. Starting out with more ominous tones, like the previous slow surprise, this one feels like a setup, keeping you waiting for something fast and terrifying to happen at any moment and it does set you up where all you get is another slow, melodic surprise. An uneventful but scary sound on this last one that calms your blood pressure back down to a normal, safe level, but there is nothing normal about MORGUE SUPPLIER.

Songwriting: 6
Musicianship: 6
Memorability: 6
Production: 7

3 Star Rating

1. Absurd Identity
2. Closing In
3. Empty Vacant Shell
4. Departure
5. My Path to Hell
6. Existence Collapsed
7. Thoughts Of Only Darkness
8. Inevitability
Paul Gillis - Vocals
Steve Reichelt - Bass
Record Label: Transcending Obscurity Records


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