Dawndeath Incinerator - _Tomb of Corporeal Butchery_
(Independent, 2001)
by: Adrian Bromley (7 out of 10)
Bounded in a massive onslaught of pounding drum blasts, deep guttural growls and grinding death metal riffs (with a hint of thrash metal), Dawndeath Incinerator gets the ball rolling right from the start with the intense "Thieves". The death metal tinged grind of the band is aided by ample amounts of distortion and samples, but soon those elements fall to the wayside as Dawndeath Incinerator slams through this release like there is no tomorrow. Fans of classic metal heroes like Kreator, Napalm Death and Celtic Frost will no doubt find comfort in the death metal machine, as will fans of Nile and Morbid Angel who like to hear a bit more of a creative side to death metal. Production is somewhat mediocre and downplayed here, but that might have been what the band wanted, as a real slick production would have been devastating to the vicious blows ready to be cast our way. In all, Dawndeath Incinerator have managed to assemble an interesting grinding death metal album (be sure to check out the remix of the title track) that requires multiple listens to take it all in.

Contact: 334 East 1500 North, Pleasant Grove, VT 84062, USA

(article published 12/8/2001)


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