Neil Grace. Neil Grace Very reminiscent of 'Leprosy' in terms of production. Morrisound through and through. A very exciting Old School band.
Fast as all hell and the vocals may well rip your face clean off the bone. Awesome album, cool groove. Check it out! Favorite track: Reconstructive Surgery. Mike K. If Obituary and Death made a test tube baby in and incubated it untilthis is what you'd get. Arve Henriksen. Metal Matty. Joel Sandoval. Grim Grimly. Lou Yardley. Paul Hebert. BJ Ramsey. Christofer Worland. Sean Smith. Chris Voss. Satan's Might.
Justin Disgusting. Daniel Zidar. Tony J C. Matthew Sullivan. Jake Walter. It was worth waiting all those years to finally get such inspiring and excellent bands as Skeletal Remains and so many other killer young death metal bands.
Anyway, LP), I strongly recommend this LP to all death maniacs out there; buy it or die for it. No comments:. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom. Ha, I really, really like it a lot.
The material is extremely tight, brutal, has a killer dark atmosphere, and the songwriting remains on the highest level all the way through. It was worth waiting all those years to finally get such inspiring and excellent bands as Skeletal Remains and so many other killer young death metal bands.
Anyway, I strongly recommend this LP to all death maniacs out there. Buy it or die for it. Upon examining Skeletal Remains' artwork for their latest album, "Beyond The Flesh", I was struck by the relativity and poignancy of the symbolic image of men or creatures tearing themselves free from the bonds of their flesh. Certainly very fitting for a band called Skeletal Remains.
Tuning into the first track with its heavy and thick intro sound and crunching guitars, I immediately thought of Morbid Angel. Unsurprisingly, the band goes on to carry that thick sound of death throughout the album, never neglecting their old school influences.
The band definitely has an old school edge about them, with frantic riffing mirroring that of Death and Atheist. The overall dark, antagonistic sound of the album effectively carries through music that really sounds like what Extirpated Vitality - Skeletal Remains (3) - Beyond The Flesh (Vinyl metal should be.
A lot of bands these days forget to incorporate that deathly sound and only manage to pull off hard riffing, fast drums, and brutal vocals with no real essence or depth. Skeletal Remains has demonstrated that they are not one of those bands. The most outstanding thing about this album, though, is the lead guitars.
They are characteristically insanely fast and yet there is an affecting melody about them that works to set them apart from the plethora of emerging death metal bands today that tend to only focus on brutality, brutality, and more brutality.
The rhythm is definitely to be praised as well, with some brutal riffs and thunderous drums. Coupled with the menacing sounds from the bass, the band manages to execute an aggressive yet tasteful, brutal yet melodic, insane yet intelligent sound and image. In fact, it can be said that Skeletal Remains may Extirpated Vitality - Skeletal Remains (3) - Beyond The Flesh (Vinyl see some immense success as their new album as a whole is already in the same league with old material from the heyday of '80s death.
The similarities drawn between the band and Death, Atheist, and Morbid Angel all point to the potential hallowing of "Beyond The Flesh" as a LP) metal classic.
Highly recommended to those Extirpated Vitality - Skeletal Remains (3) - Beyond The Flesh (Vinyl to have their ears bled out by a potential classic. I should post up front that I've got an enormous bias for the brand of old school death metal Californians' Skeletal Remains pursue, with a large dusting of Floridian and Dutch influences that were important to me in my earliest teens when the genre had begun to branch away from thrash and become its own thing.
Not only was the emergent genre so fresh, formidable and menacing at the time, but it was not shy on musicality, a plot point that is often lost upon the drudging derivatives rehashing all the old riffs with little ambition, or the endless pummeling present in the 'you mad bro? So if that's your thing, and you're not so much into the older school sounds at least of this varietyBeyond the Flesh might hold a more limited appeal, and I also won't be asking you to prom.
The vocals are straight up ghastly growls in a Martin Van Drunen style, with a bit of grisly excess redolent of John Tardy which renders them even more gruesome. Instead LP) just bland streams of muted notes, the progressions here actually feel dark and creepy "Carrion Death"reviving those reactions I once had to the band's influences.
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