Continue to Kill
Style: Death Metal
Release date: April 4th 2008

The AC/DC of death metal is back. No, not Six Feet Under but Debauchery. As SFU they play simple effective groovy Death metal, but with a better singer. Don't expect progressive metal parts or difficult rhythms. It's straight forward and efficient riffing with double bass and growling voices.

Songs worth to mention are "Worship the Violence", with a kind of fast COF part in it. In negative sense, tracks such as "Hard Rockin", "King of Killing and "Metal on Metal", slow AC/DC/Krokus kind of songs with growls. These are so below average, skip them. More positive I am about the Slayer cover "Angel of Death". But as always, the original..... "Walking Glory Road" is worth mentioning too, it's a slow death-metal anthem and for the first time I hear something original in their music.

For Debauchery fans, not a bad record, but to me it is a little to moderate, with some big mistakes. The faster songs are the better ones and fortunately there are still some of those left. If you already liked their previous records and are into SFU, you won't be disappointed with this one. If you like some adventure in your death-metal, leave it.

01. It Pleasures Us to Kill
02. Blood God Rising
03. Continue to Kill
04. Faith and Fire
05. Hard Rockin
06. Apostle of War

Worship the Violence

08. King of Killing
09. Slayer's Angel of Death
10. Warfare
11. Cuntkiller

Mincing Machine

13. Metal on Metal
14. Walking Glory Road
Label: AFM Records
Distribution: Target (Denmark)
Artwork rating: 71/100
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: March 24th 2008