Phalloplasty are a solo project from Las Vegas, Nevada that plays a mixture of brutal, slam death and gore/grind and this is a review of his 2016 album "Necrophobic Funeral Ritual (redux)" which will be released in April by Gore House Productions.
A very heavy and brutal sound starts off the album along with some guttural growls and programmed blast beats and the mid tempo sections of the music mix in a great amount of slam elements and some of t he riffs also bring in a small amount of melody while the faster sections mix in a great amount of grind influences.
All of the musical instruments on the recording have a very powerful sound to t hem and the songs also bring in a great mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts and you can also hear a lot of east coast influences in the songs and the whole album also avoids any use of guitar solos and leads and also remains very heavy and brutal from beginning to ending of the recording and he closes the album with a cover of Putrid Pile's "Drenched In Gasoline"..
Phalloplasty plays a style of slam death metal that is very brutal and also mixes in a touch of guttural gore/grind and while the vocals are not always my style the music makes up for it with its brutality, the production sounds very professional while the lyrics cover gore, medical trauma, disease, perversion and BDSM themes.
In my opinion Phalloplasty are a very decent sounding mixture of brutal, slam death metal and goregrind and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this solo project. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "The Sick Room" "The Sadist Manifesto" "Tenderizing Fatal Flesh" and "Curb Stomping The Scene Kids". 7/5 out of 10.