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Ungentle Exhumation Cryptopsy
Release Date: 2007 - 06 - 18, Audio CD, Mordam Records
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by - written on 14/06/08 (Useful, 13 readings)
A fairly significant release in technical death metal, Cryptopsy's 1993 demo tape was granted official release in 2002. Similar to the work of Suffocation around that time, Cryptopsy's style succeeds in pushing the boundaries of death metal towards something more intricate, experimental and vicious, though not to the extent of their more specific contemporaries who concentrated on those aspects in greater detail. The band demonstrates accomplished technical skill without the more elaborate moments sounding desperately shoehorned for the sake of showing off. The frantic lead guitars of Steve Thibault and Dave Galea are permitted to play out 'Abigor' as it ... Read the complete review
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