This is a review of another recording from Austria's Pungent Stench which was released in 1993 and called "Dirty Rhymes And Psychortronic Beats" which was an ep consisting of a couple of original, re=mixes and covers and the re-issue will be released in March by Dissonance Productions which also adds a few live tracks recorded in 1993.
A horror movie orientated sound starts off the ep along with some spoken word samples a few seconds later before going into a heavier direction which is also influenced by 70's rock along with some melodic guitar leads as well as all of the musical instruments having a very powerful sound to them.
Vocals are mostly easy to understand death metal growls while the faster sections of the songs bring in a decent amount of blast beats and they also bring in Warning and Mentors covers, goth rock style keyboards can also be heard briefly along with some techno and electronic music elements.
At times the bass guitars are used as a lead instruments at times along with the riffs also bringing in a decent amount of groove, the bonus track is very long and epic in length and is also a power ballad which also b rings in clean male and female vocals and the live tracks where recorded in 1993.
On this recording Pungent Stench still was mostly influenced by death metal and grindcore mostly but also get more experimental and changed their style around, the production sounds very professional while the lyrics cover perversion, depravity, gore and sick humour themes.
In my opinion this was a very great sounding recording from Pungent Stench and while it was not quite as a good as their previous release, it was still a good ep. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Why Can The Bodies Fly" and "Horny Little Piggie Bank". 8 out of 10.