Saturday, February 26, 2011

Maim - Deceased to Exist (2011)

1. Gravedigger Sacrifice
2. Morbid Desecration
3. Covet Death
4. Evil Smell Of Death
5. Crematory
6. Deceased To Exist
7. Purged Through Napalm
8. Nuclear Funeral
9. Resurrected From Hell
10. Screams From The Mutilated

Origin - Sweden
Style - Death Metal1

" Ahh the follow up to the top notch debut ' From the Womb to the Tomb'....And guess what?.......This ones better ! "

" Right away I notice the monstrous tone of the guitars and production....This is how Death Metal should sound !.....Old feel.....New technology.....A match made in Sweden. 2nd track 'Morbid Desecration' with its catchy,pounding riffs get me going...'Evil Smell of Death' with its relentless rhythm...Now the man cave is stomping...But when 'Crematory' comes forth from the speakers...I really sense something dark and beastly...Like a funeral procession of crushing Sabbathy riffs....I kept waiting for the vocals to come bellowing forth....But...."

" There is no doubt Maim kill anything in site....But I really dig the slower moods and medium paced tracks....But there are plenty of thrashing uptempo songs and something for all Death Worshippers (Hey I got you into the review bro). Again the bruising production and the upgraded song writing puts this Lp into early contention for Death Metal album of 2011......These guys have managed to bring their game to a new level !.....And I for one am all in "

Get this now !....@ Soulseller Records

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  1. Wow! Thanks Death Dealer for getting me into Disaster , LOL , First I should say unlike you I never liked to hear vocals in "Crematory" track because I started my funeral to filthy rotted graveyard , hehe , I must say this is top-notch of the 2011 without any doubt.
    This swedish maniacs resurrected from hell and lead us to eternal doom ...
    Thanks for review Death Dealer.

  2. dirty sound, filthy vokills, nice thrashy patents and really killer slo-mo, doomy riffs! truly underground shit!

  3. Great album and cover art. Hails from the mountain desert!