Saturday, August 27, 2011

Mincing Fury And Guttural Clamour Of Queer Decay/Devolution/United Gutteral Records/2010 CD Review

Mincing Fury And Guttural Clamour Of Queer Decay are a band ftom the Chezch Republic that plays a very experimental form of grindcore and this is a review of their 2010 album "Devolution" which was released by United Gutteral Records.

Drums range from midpaced to fast drumming with some brutal blast beats being through in at times, while the violin in the intro has a very tragic feel to it, as for the bass playing has a very powerful tone that comes out sounding really strong at times.

Rhythm guitars range from midpaced to fast riffing that is mostly grindcore but you can hear some deathcore and hardcore punk influences, and there are little to no guitar solos or leads present on this recording, and on a couple of songs is a short use of hip hop tyle record scratching.

Vocals cover many different styles with some deep death metal growls, high pitched grindcore screams mixed in with alot of samples before the songs, pig squels, and some hardcore style yelling, while the lyrics cover weirdness and violence, as for the production it has a very powerful and professional feel to it.

In my opinion Mincing Fury And Guttural Clamour Of Queer Decay are a very original sounding grindcore act that mixes in deathcore inflences, and if you are looking for a band that hybrids the two genres together, you should check out this band. RECEMMONDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Blind" "Drunken Mara" "Doctor From Mountains" and "Seas Of Weakness". RECEMMONDED BUY.

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