Monday, August 15, 2011

Infamy/The Dead Shall Flow/Mercany Music/World War III/2002 CD Re-Issue Review

Infamy are a band from LosAngeles, Califrnia that plays a brutal and gory form of death metal with a grindcore edge and this is a review of their classic 2002 re-issue album "The Blood Shall Flow" that also contians the "count Of The Dead" demo which was released as a joint effort between Mercanary Music and World War III.

Drums are mostly slow, midpaced to fast playing with alot of brutal blast beats, while the bass playing has a very dark and heavy tone which is very easy to hear on this recording.

Rhythm guitars alternate between slow, midpaced, to fast brutal death metal riffs that also take some influences from grindcore to thrash, while the lead guitars are very chaotic death metal sounding guitar solos.

Vocals are ostly deep death metal growls with some high pitched screams, while the lyrics touch on gore, death, murder, and killing with some occasional references to the occult, as for the production it has a very heavy and raw feel to it, in addition there are some samples from horror films.

In my opinion Infamy are a very good brutal death/grind band and if you are a fan of this genre, you should check out this classic album. RECEMMONDED TRACKS "The Maggots Are On Me" "Salem's Burning" "Cryptobiosis" and "Count The Dead". RECEMMONDED BUY.

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