Massive Slavery are a band from Canada that plays a technical form of brutal and melodic death metal and this is a review of their 2010 album "Global Enslavement" which was released by Maple Metal Records.
Drums range from slow, midpaced to fast playing with alot of brutal blast beats, while the bass playing sounds very technical and talented with alot of brutal riffs.
Rhythm guitars cover alot of ground with alot of brutal riffs that also contain a great amouint of melody and technical riffing mixed in with some metalcore ingluences, while the lead guitars are very technical and melodic sounding death metal guitar solos.
Vocals are a mixture of deep death metal growls and high pitched screams that have somewhat of a black metal feel to them, while the lyrics touch on the corruption of human nature, as for the production it sounds very professional and you can hear all of the musical instruments that are present on the album.
In my opinion Massive Slavery are a very good melodic, technical, brutal death metal band that should appeal to all fans of this genre. RECEMMONDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Shade Of Corruption" "Destroy, Rebuild, Repeat" "Wider We Open Our Eyes" and "Humanity's Last Hope. RECEMMONDED BUY.