Human Waste where a band from Spain that played a very experimental and progressive form of gore/death metal and this is a review of their 2015 compilation album "Harvest Remnants" which was released by Xtreeem Music and consists of their demo material from the 90's.
A very distorted guitar lead starts off the album before going into a dark and melodic musical direction and all of the musical instruments have a very powerful sound to them and once the growls kick in the music starts going into more of a death metal direction which also utilizes a great amount of high pitched screams.
Growls on the recording can be very guttural at times and for 1993 they sound very cutting edge for that era and the songs also use a great mixture of slow, mid paced and faster parts along with the faster sections utilizing a decent amount of blast beats and when the music goes into the 92 demo they music gets more experimental and avant garde while also mixing in more of a raw death metal sound.
Some of the tracks also have a slight black metal feeling at times and the last track from 92 also incorporates a small amount of clean playing and when the compilation goes into the 91 material the music starts sounding even more dark and raw bringing in somewhat of a mid 80's death metal feeling at times and they close the compilation with a cover of Celtic Frost's "Circle Of The Tyrants".
Human waste where a head of their time in the early 90's playing a style of death metal that was very experimental and progressive as well as using guttural vocals and slam elements on the later material when no bands where barely doing it back in the days, the production sounds very professional considering all of the albums on here are demos while the lyrics cover pessimism and melancholy themes.
In my opinion Human Waste where a very great sounding experimental and progressive death metal band and if you are a fan of this musical genre, you should check out this compilation. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "So Is Death" "The Hegemony Of Reality" "Human Waste" and "Psychic Fear". 8 out of 10.