Enthrallment – Eugenic Wombs
And Enthrallment is from Bulgaria, hell ya, they sure are, and they play brutal death metal with artery severing rhythms, bestial vocal outbursts, and drumming that’s sure to level entire city streets. Now this sounds pretty damn violent and destructive, well it is, and “Eugenic Wombs” is a killer demonstration in the ungodly forces that a death metal band of Enthrallment’s caliber can release on our auditory senses, rendering them useless.
With a strong, well-balanced studio production, as is the case here, brutality is well defined amongst the most perverse of songwriting tactics. “Path To Silence” is this perfect example of a song being all out perverse yet so unrelentingly morbid and in your face. Their lead runs come across as shiny butchers’ knives going for the jugular artery, to leave their listeners drowning in their own pool of decomposing blood.
I do not want to sound negative or dark, but the type of brutal death metal this quintet throws at their listeners, it can blatantly rip your head off of your shoulders. It’s the tons of angry and frustrating energy “Eugenic Wombs” unchains, destroying your very core of existence. Death metal such as this is totally lethal in that it possesses immense downtuned death metal rhythms, flesh piercing riffs, and monstrous vocals that make the devil’s fires pale in comparison.
There are nine tracks of ultra chaotic, proficiently played death metal that’s sure to leave even the veteran extreme metal head in a complete state of physical and emotional shock.
Don’t take my word for it, just one listen to “Eugenic Wombs” by Enthrallment and you’ll wish you were not even born in this darkened world of ours. Sarjoo Devani
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Check out this awesome track below in the form of "Last Judgment Waltz", one of my favorite cuts on this album, "Eugenic Wombs".