Brutal Insanity - _Sick Perversions_
by: Paul Schwarz (3 out of 5)
Brutal Insanity are difficult to rate universally. If I was rating playing of, production of, and writing of brutal death metal tunes which could serve as bonus tracks for Cannibal Corpse's _Tomb of the Mutilated_, then Brutal Insanity would get 5 out of 5 without hesitation. However, one of the things that a brutal death band needs at the moment is new ideas, new ways of playing, twists and turns. These are things not provided by Brutal Insanity, so whether you want this depends on how picky you are about your death metal and how brutal you like it. If the new Cannibal Corpse and Benediction albums have been all you could think about for the last 6 months, then look no further than Brutal Insanity for an extremely low cost (1.50 pounds, aproximately 3.00 Canadian dollars), three tracks (and an almost 30 second long cover of Sabbath's Paranoid). If you want more than blast snares, growling vocals, groovy riffs and shit-heavy guitar sounds, a bit of finesse for instance, then I feel Brutal Insanity will still please your ears for 11 minutes but will not interrupt your life for long.

Contact: Jonathan Rushforth, Killingwood Cottage, Beverley Road,

(article published 7/6/1998)

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