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Twitch Of The Death Nerve - A New Code Of Morality

Twitch Of The Death Nerve
A New Code Of Morality
by Marcos "Big Daddy" Garcia at 04 May 2014, 6:32 PM

There are times when I hear some records that really have a positive grasp on me, but I never was a greater fan of pig squeal vocals and extreme Death Metal/Grindcore in this way. But besides a good album, TWITCH OF THE DEATH NERVE’s “A New Code of Morality” couldn’t change my personal opinion.

Extreme, fast, brutal and heavy, the English trio from London shows a great knowledge of their musical style into Metal, but it’s still too raw in musical terms. What I mean: the band is very good, but need to improve a bit, for they now are like many bands from the style. Their mix of extremely piggish vocals, distorted and impact riffs, bass and drums on a technical and heavy rhythmic kitchen is good, but it’s like other great names.

Their sound production is fine, so you’ll hear all instruments clearly with no problem at all, but it’s intense and heavy, making no harm to their musical work.

“Of Rutting Beasts and Drifting Herds”, “Made Loose, the Bonds of Piety”, “The Repercussions of Fetus Consumption” and “The Locard Principle” are the best songs, showing the amount of musical potential they got in hands. Of course it’s their first album, so let’s wait for their next coming. Maybe a good producer as Colin Richardson can really make them spew forth their talent.

3 Star Rating

1. Peculiar Perversions Particular to the Piquerist
2. Of Rutting Beasts and Drifting Herds
3. Scores of Sores, Legions of Lesions
4. Made Loose, the Bonds of Piety
5. A Hundred and Twenty Days in Sodom
6. The Repercussions of Fetus Consumption
7. A New Code of Morality
8. The Locard Principle
9. Eschewing the Advice Against Self-trepanation
10. Well if the Turkey’s in the High-chair, Where’s the Baby?
11. The Pitezel Family Holiday
Tom Bradfield – Vocals, Guitars
Tom Carter – Bass
Lille Gruber – Drums
Record Label: Comatose Music


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