Los Asesinos Del Sur
Style: Blackened Death Thrash
Release date: 1 November, 2011
Playing time: 31:00

Blackened death thrash from Poland? Grim stuff, you might think. Yeah, you're right. It's brutal and very old-school. There's a fair amount of brilliant although not new riffing here and there, and I can't help thinking Morbid Angel from time to time. All that is well.

What speaks against Stillborn is the tendency for songs to sound terribly much the same across the entire album. Evil tongues would probably also say that one or two of the compositions are slightly chaotic in a way that isn't really cool (Whore of the Whores is the prime example).

All in all a decent effort, but not without flaws. My reference track would be Blood and Dust, the most diverse and therefore interesting tune of the album.

01. Overture .966
02. Hymn of Destruction
03. Diamonds of the Last Water
04. Antonym
05. Son of the holy Motherfucker
06. Blood and Dust
07. Kot Wolanda
08. Los Asesinos del Sur
09. Stillborn II (Singularities of the Ordinary Vulgar Boor)
10. Whore of the Whores
Label: Ataman Productions
Promotion: Godz ov War Productions
Artwork rating: 75/100
Reviewed by: Thomas Nielsen
Date: 22 September, 2012