What I really love about the album are the nasty, dissonant riffs thrown into the mix throughout. That’s what really gets it all cooking for me.
The Scalar Process is definitely technical death metal, but it’s as if tech death went to the gym, studied martial arts, and learned bomb making, all to better seek revenge on their high school bully.
Listening to Putrefying Cadaverment is more like actually being present for the kill.
Divinihility is a brief masterpiece of angular, chaotic mayhem.
All of the chaotic brutal beauty (breauty? beautality?) is on display here in Vore yet again.
…they play a fast, brutal form of Death Metal that maintains a distinct technical aspect with quick succession of riffs and blasts.
Since its founding in 2007, Gutslit has been brutalizing Eurasia with its masterful technique and lyrics.