Immersed in Blood - _Killing Season_
(Arctic, 2003)
by: Xander Hoose (8.5 out of 10)
I really can't say why I like _Killing Season_ so much, but I do. This debut album by Immersed in Blood, a band risen from the ashes of Inverted, isn't something spectacular or original. In less than 30 minutes, we are treated to some fast (and I mean -fast-) death metal songs not unlike Malevolent Creation, Immolation or Dying Fetus. There is a great deal of virtuosity, even though it's not always pushed to the limits. Then again, the album has an excellent flow to it that makes you want to bang your head into the walls and scream your lungs out of your body. The blast beats are so tight it almost provokes an epileptic fit, with a lot of attention to the vicious sounding hi-hats. If you're interested in something violent, this will be your thing.

(article published 16/11/2003)

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