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I'm Impressed! - 91%

KRISIUN69filth, June 7th, 2003

Well, i got to say, that this is one of the most talented and brutal death metal bands that has came out in the last 4 or 5 years. i think the multi- vocalist are a new touch to the scene. Even though this cd is tremendously short, i think that it shows so much pure talent. James Lee has a great voice, and it sounds like he's puking up his lungs, simply great stuff. The druming on this album is exellent, John Longstreth is like a human beat machine who is programed to stomp the hell out of the double bass and blast the hell out of the drums for 29 minutes strait. The guitar playing of both Jeremy Turner and Paul Ryan is both fast and pretty clean, but theres really nothing to much to write home about.

Onto the songs...... The cd starts out with a pretty cool insect sound and it blasts right in to "Larvae of the lie" which is a decent song with a good fast pace and some pretty impressive mixes of vocals, such as a black metal screech with a brutal death metal growl. Every song on this album has that mix because of the multi- vocalists. The next song "Inhuman" starts off with a cool clip, i'm not sure where its from, but none the less its pretty awsome. After the clip, the song bangs along at super fast speed and the lyrics are well done. All in all, i can sit here and tell you about every single song but they are all just so brutal and fast that i think i would keep on repeating my self. So in conclusion, this is extremly fast and brutal death metal cd, and a true death metal fan should be very eager to buy this cd.

The best tracks on Origin's "Informis, Infinitas, Inhumanitas" are:
Larvae of the lie, Inhuman, and Meat for the Beast