You all know that you cannot expect something revolutionary from this band because their style has always been all about speed and brutality. I was drawn in immediately to the wicked cover art featuring many demons and sprits surrounding a lake of fire in hell. Write your own review. Personally, its Vomitory’s only down fall, being a lyricist and vocalist of a death metal band myself; I look at lyrics as being important. The style is unvaried with the blast beats, the relentless riffs and the growled vocals.
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At 9 Dollars I couldn’t help but pick up “Primal Massacre”.
All in all, Vomitory’s “Primal Massacre” is a nice catchy death metal album. As I popped “Primal Massacre” into my CD player, I was blasted with fast yet non grindcore shit sounding drums, deep guttural vocals and nice understandable bass Which is rare for Brutal Deathboth done by Erik Rundqvist. Lyrically, Vomitory speaks of war, death, and violence, Satan and all the same shit all brutal maassacre bands growl about.
These are the points in which you can really understand how the band is good at these sections too, without pointing on the blast beats parts only. The only thing that added something different and good to their music was the use of some melodies to add to the solos and to the lead lines to give just a bit of catchiness.
Nothing new to the genre of death metal, nothing original, poor lyrics, but still a fun album to bang your head to for 34 minutes. Pick it up only if its cheap, other than that just download some mp3’s of “Demon’s Divine”, “Stray Bullet Kill”, and “Epidemic”.
Hard to explain in words but its catchy. Personally, its Vomitory’s only down fall, being a lyricist and vocalist of a death metal band myself; I look at lyrics as being important. You all know that you cannot expect something revolutionary from this band because their style has always been all about speed and brutality.
Vomitory “Primal Massacre”
I was drawn in immediately to the wicked cover art featuring many demons and sprits surrounding a lake of fire in hell. The styles are well-mixed and often the slow patterns give us the right heavy and catchy elements to have fun and differ a bit from the rest.
The style is unvaried with the blast beats, the relentless riffs and the growled vocals. Complimented with technical death metal riffage by guitarists Urban Gustafsson and Ulf Dalegren. Songs such as “Stray Bullet Kill” will have you humming that open riff set over and over in your head. The production is massive and always dark but incredibly powerful.
Vomitory “Primal Massacre” CD – Metal Blade Records
Bands alphabetical country genre Labels alphabetical country Reviews R. With Primal Massacre I cannot find differences from the past albums in terms of brutality and speed, the title-track is here to show it.
Write your own review. A couple examples of great guitar riffage are “Epidemic” and “Stray Bullet Kill”.
Vomitory is a band that I just so happened to stumble across in the music section of Best Buy. Primal Massacre represents the fifth death metal full-length for Vomitory. Best viewed without Internet Explorer, in x resolution or higher.
The music itself is very fucking heavy and catchy as fuck. All in all, this is nothing new from Vomitory but they always play good music. The blast beats are more present but the track has a good song-writing. But also at the same time show some of Vomitory’s generic qualities.