Inhume - _In for the Kill_
(Osmose Productions, 2003)
by: Xander Hoose (8.5 out of 10)
Dutch death-grinders Inhume have found a new home at Osmose and celebrate it by treating us to their brand new album _In for the Kill_, a sixteen song journey into the depths of torture, mania and mayhem. Those familiar with their previous albums don't need any further introduction and only need to be assured that the songs are even more violent and the production has turned up a notch. Those not familiar with the band should feel very ashamed of themselves, and then be on their way to the record store. Why? Tight drumming, a dense bass-guitar layer, and excellent grunting -- guttural, yet reaching highs and lows in frequency. Inhume is still top-notch entertainment for those who've become bored with Cannibal Corpse's umpteenth album yet refuse to sacrifice listening to quality material.


(article published 15/8/2003)

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