Italy, Bakerteam Records, Technical Melodic / Brutal Death Metal
Micro-genres in metal can be pretty obnoxious. However, sometimes slightly adjusting strict lines are necessary for an accurate description of an album which contains influences from various metallic sub-subgenres. Hence, Earth-Sick.
Gory Blister has been releasing material since 1991, and the four-piece’s fourth full-length is refinement in action, showing an experienced sensibility, a complex and mature combination of technical wizardry, memorable hooks, flying leads, and crushing riffs. It’s a clean-up job worthy of Carcass or Exhumed – or, if you prefer, Disgorge by way of God Forbid. This is brutal death metal to listen to on a sunny day. Continue reading Review: Gory Blister – Earth-Sick
This was incredibly hard choice! Past Year was full of amazing, technical (and not only) releases. I had almost 30 albums to choose from. From progressive / jazzy death metal to strictly virtuosic ones. It took me 3 days to listen through this list and sort it but I felt it is something important to do. Here at technicaldeathmetal.com we love support brilliant musicians who compose addictive sounds. I used word “compose” not by accident. It takes lot of skills to start doing higher form of music, which can be called simply “art”. This goes hand in hand with the creative way of killing, which I call brutal yet technical, metal. Hope You like what You find on this list…
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Max – Vocals
Raff – Guitars
Roby – Bass
Joe – Drums
Official website: www.goryblister.com
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