Disinterment - _Endless_
(Sevared, 1997)
by: Brian Meloon (7 out of 10)
Disinterment are a death metal band from the USA; upstate NY to be exact. They sound pretty much like a death metal version of In Flames. The songs feature a mix of Iron Maiden-like melodies, Dissection-like black/death metal and more typical American death metal, complete with blast beats. The band also incorporate their own novel ideas. The playing is tight, but not really exceptional in any way. The production is not so good. It's generally a heavy, thick sound as with most American death metal. The instruments are distinct, but the album seems to be mixed a little too hot, as it clips in a few places, and the guitars sound over-distorted. These guys have a somewhat distinctive sound, which is refreshing amid the onslaught of In Flames and Dissection clones (e.g. Night In Gales, Sacramentum). In any case, this is a good album, and a worthy debut.

(article published 5/2/1997)


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