Album Review GLOOM Doggod

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GLOOM “Doggod”

Morbid Shrine Productions

Fast, complex and deadly. Although this band has many musical references with those adjectives, I must add a totally elastic, versatile and furious vocalist who made an excellent work with gutturals, screams and rabid lines.

Yep, this is one of the most violent meetings I’ve found in Spanish death metal, with discrete doses of brutality, but tons of excellent technical stuff. All tracks have violent ambient, forged in chaotic structures, and ultra-fast guitar riffs. The result is awesome. Also, I admit that Necroseheiim (ex-Omission, Cryfemal) did an excellent performance with vocal lines and definitely he won a place in my top ten this year. The band was formed in 2002 with members of an old metal entity called Virulence, but seems like they haven’t been very prolific. Although they are not new in extreme metal business, they added some modern elements to the sound, and all in all, the band denotes people involved with good taste in metal music. If you are into furious and technical death metal with modern sounds, this is for you. – Victor Varas

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