Insatanity – Divine Decomposition (Brutal Death Metal album review)

Insatanity - Divine Decomposition

Insatanity - Divine Decomposition

Insatanity – Divine Decomposition

Originally released in 1996 by Insatanity, but later reissued again in 2015 with demo tracks, “Divine Decomposition” is a wall of death metal brutality with hints of black metal, which is sure to crush your spirit to death.

There are plenty sound barrier destroying guitar rhythms and drumming passages coming across like a minefield unleashing its ungodly fury on any poor soul that steps on these fields of total destruction.

Demo tracks 11-14 are very raw and sound like the band recorded these tracks in a live setting in one take. Their studio recorded and produced material can be found on tracks 1 to 10, and they are brilliantly executed with the highest level of precision and severity no one should endure. If you want to die a prolific death without any remorse, “Divine Decomposition” is your choice of weapon to complete this profane and hideous task.

“Angels Of The Apocalypse” is a viciously downtuned song with its guitars and a haunting vibe within the deep guttural vocals. You feel as if your body is being taken over by some unknown evil spiritual entity on this track. Imagine dying a thousand times without any hope of being saved by your god. Now, this is what I call more brutal and extreme than extreme.

Insatanity is not like your typical American guttural death metal band, as these dudes have plenty of chilling and hair raising elements within their music. Check it out and be a witness to the decimation of the divinity within you. Pathologically Explicit Recordings   Sarjoo Devani

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