Visceral Evisceration - _Incessant Desire for Palatable Flesh_
(Napalm Records America, 1996)
by: Adam Wasylyk (8 out of 10)
From Austria come Visceral Evisceration with their debut album, which combines death and doom with opera-like female vocals. Reading much like old-Carcass as their lyrics deal with gory/medical textbook subjects, musically their sound is truly unique. During songs like "At the Epicurean Gynecologist", "Muse Perverse", "Chewing Female Genital Parts" and "Chewing Flesh... On the Bier" there are some orchestrated parts and musical intro's. Vocally it's more doomy than death, as the vocalist in some parts could sing quite emotionally. A lot of emphasis has been put on song structure (on this 7 track CD the average song is over 7 minutes). I really hope that doesn't scare anyone off, as there is a lot of quality (and I guess you could say quantity too) on this album, check it out.

(article published 12/8/1996)


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