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Skullsplitting sickness from NY - 85%

kd, February 7th, 2004

And here it is, folks... Yet another killer piece of grinding brutal death metal from the sick fucks in Malignancy. Starting off with soundclip of a woman drowning being devoured by a shark, then in the middle of the clip the drums kick in and from there... the madness begins! Malignancy pick up where they left off after 1999's "Intrauterine Cannibalism", the production is a little more polished than Intrauterine's, so you can pretty much hear all the riffs. Roger of Mortician provides this album with some frantically-played blasts, very tight-sounding drums. The riffs are heavy, a lot faster than Intrauterine's were. There's not as much groove found here, but it still manages to be heavy-as-fuck. Danny Nelson's vocals are as sick as ever. Like on the opening track he sounds like a fucking pig drowning in a pool of its own fly-covered diarhhea! The last song is a live "Intrauterine Cannibalism" where vocalist Danny Nelson displays his comedic skills (Danny, you might have a future in comedy!) Very good EP, highly recommended for fans of death intense death metal!