Cattle Decapitation - Karma.Bloody.Karma review
|Release date:||July 2006|
02. Unintelligent Design
03. Success Is... (Hanging By The Neck)
04. One Thousand Times Decapitation
05. The Carcass Derrick
06. Total Gore
08. Suspended In Coprolite
09. Alone At The Landfill
11. The New Dawn
12. Of Human Pride & Flatulence
Cattle Decapitation has battled their way into the Goregrind scene since 1996; people has misconceived their music and started comparing them with Cannibal Corpse and bands of the like. Fortunately they came back with one of the most outrageous and complex Goregrind albums of 2006; if "Humanure" didn't convince you that Cattle Decapitation is one of the most outstanding acts in the Metal scene, Karma.Bloody.Karma will drill your brain 12 consecutive times while you try to catch up with the multi-faceted execution and the complex songwriting.
This album is the archetype of madness; each song has a life of its own even though the entire album comes wrapped with a conceptual scheme. Yes, the songs have a similar structure, after all this is Goregrind, but the incredibly multi-faceted songwriting comes shining through the whole CD, thus creates a really versatile style with brutality and agression leading the explosive path. Once this album begins there's no turning back, most of the extreme records have a "skip tracks" quality; as the songs deliver a very similar trip, you can easily forward your player to hear just one or two tracks, "Karma.Bloody.Karma" sucker punched us, they created an album with 12 great tracks that you can't miss under any circumstance.
Still there are particular highlights don't get me wrong; after digging up tunes like the super-catchy "The Carcass Derrick" or the insanely brutal "Bereavement" (which asembles perfectly with the old band's vibe) you won't be able to stop the bone-crushing musical assault; then the complexity arrives with "Alone at The Landfill" and "The New Dawn"...so this is a very complete and successful package, you'll get almost everything a Deathgrinder could ask for with something extra to spice things up a little.
A very surprising album I need to say; while their previous efforts used to be somehow gray and a little bland, "Karma.Bloody.Karma" literally kills. I'm sure most of the people who used to fail this band will kick themselves in the mouth as soon as they push play in their stereo.
Best Tracks: "Unintelligent Design", "Karma.Bloody.Karma", "Total Gore?"
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