Power of Metal.dk Review

Cemetery Sickness
Style: Death Metal
Release date: 26 June, 2014
Playing time: 31:00

Another band with the name Desecration (there are a few more around the globe) and when I looked at the titles, I thought this is a debut of some pimply adolescents. But I was wrong, the band was already formed in 1993 and has some albums on their palmares. The music is a mix of death, thrash and grindcore. I guess that fans of early Carcass, Exhumed and Gorerotted will appreciate this. The entire album sounds very early nineties with vocals reminding a bit of early Carcass also. I don't need to tell you something about the subjects they use in the lyrics, they speak for themselves.

This band from Wales doesn't add a lot to the scene, but there is nothing wrong with them either. If you like some nice chansons about gore, guts, splatter and other filthy things, you will find something here for sure. Although I don't think that their songs are interesting enough to rise (them) above average.

01. Cemetery Sickness
Coffin Smasher
I, Cadaver
Recipes of Horror
Rotten Brain Extraction
Cunt Full of Maggots
Cabletie Castrator
Mortuary Debauchery
09. Tactile Necrophile
10. Cut Up and Fed to the Dog
11. Grave Secrets
Label: Metal Age Records
Distribution: Metal Age Records
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: 27 June, 2014
Website: www.desecration.co.uk