Morgue Supplier - _Not Dead Enough_
(Independent, 2001)
by: Adrian Bromley (7 out of 10)
Ah, nothing like sick and demented death metal to really get me going on a Sunday night (when I am writing this review). In just over twelve minutes, Chicago's Morgue Supplier manages to cram as much brutally, horrific sounding death metal growls, razor sharp guitar riffs and drum bashings into this four-song EP. The violent "Convulsive Reoccurrence" starts things off nastily, as the band just explodes into a maniacal frenzy with "Jugular Appetizer" and "Morgue Supplier". And just when you think you have been bashed over the head numerous times, they bring out the big guns: the title track. Sounding as if there was a fucking wild boar loose in the studio as they recorded the song, Morgue Supplier perform the final death blow on us with this devastating offering. If you want something that'll scare the bejezus out of you parents and have you wetting your pants in excitement over its sheer brutality, then Morgue Supplier is here to supply your sick fantasies.

Contact: Morgue Supplier, P.O. Box 577767 Chicago, IL 60657, USA

(article published 19/10/2001)

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