A horrible hack

Accept Death

s/t

Year Released: 2010
Format: LP
Label: Hydro-Phonic
 
Reviewed by Alex Deller on Feb 10, 2011
Originally released by the UK's own Retribute Records in 2006, this nasty little offering has been exhumed and splayed obscenely atop the church altar just in time for morning mass. Shit, frankly, is nasty. Like, really nasty. Imagine Eyehategod drunkenly jamming out tracks from 'Slowly We Rot' and you get the general idea sick, mangled, shit-flecked death metal dredged up from an ancient sewer choked with rats, needles and corpses. Figures that folks from Fistula are somehow involved, since the same rum vibe clings to it in much the same way as the nauseating stink on a pervert's trenchoat. Listen to it, be a bit sick and then have a long hot shower. And make sure you scrub hard. In fact, you might not want to stop until you hit blood.
Recommended record by Collective Zine!

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