THE PETE FLESH DEATHTRIP Mortui Vivos Docent Review at Zombie Ritual Zine

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THE PETE FLESH DEATHTRIP “Mortui Vivos Docent”

Pulverized Records

Aaaargh! What a piece of darkness do I have here! This is a one man band from Sweden, and as you can imagine, the project is quite influenced by corrosive and blackened death metal from that part of the world. Actually, Pete Flesh (mastermind creator here) is a very experienced musician who has been involved in many bands in the past, like Maze of Torment, Deceiver, Thrown, or Flesh. This last one is the previous name of this entity, and he released three albums since 2005 btw. All tracks are powerful and immersed in obscene obscurity. You can feel the black fire in every note, and everything truly sounds complex, ominous and perverse. All tracks have different personality, and that’s something I really liked because it seems like the artist has huge knowledge about the genre, and he has great twisted ideas in composition. My favorite track is “The Suicide End” which is a stinky opus done in evilness, deadly guitar lines and slow rhythms. Pete dominates all instruments and he did many sections and musical arrangements as well. I can say that is one of my discoveries of the year. It’s another black beast from the new wave of bands looking for a place on the road. – Victor Varas

facebook.com/PeteFlesh

Pulverised.net

Promo via:

Scott Alisoglu / Ryan Ogle

Clawhammer PR

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