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Drowned In Blood - Underworld (2013)
Drowned In Blood born in April 2003 , since its inception the band focused their composition and subject to the Death Metal, in the same year began to create own songs, in August 2003 the band had their first live presentation followed by many more.
In early 2005 comes out his first LP entitled "The Warfare Continues" which received rave reviews , marking the particular style of the band, a crushing and fast sound with constant changes .
Over four years the band underwent several lineup changes and in July 2009 launched the Split - CD Warcrusher really Queretaro entitled " The Impalement Of Mankind" that contains 3 new songs and a cover of Fear of Napalm Terririzer .
Continuing with presentations in the Mexican republic and alternating with a number of international bands , in 2012 freed his second LP entitled " Deathbringer " , this album marked a significant change in the band to have a more mature , fast and brutal sound, considered one of the best albums of Death Metal Mexicano that year.
Along with more shows in Mexico City and several states in Mexico in December 2013 DIB exposes her third LP, currently has the strongest lineup in the history of the band, "Underworld " is listed as one of the best albums of 2013 Mexican Death Metal and one of the top 30 albums in Latin America level , all work under the aforementioned American Line Prods seal.
Throughout his career DIB has had the opportunity to share the stage with bands like Impaled Nazarene , Vital Remains, Avulsed , Disgorge (Cal ) , Incantation, Severe Torture , Putrid Pile, Exhumed , Pathology, Impaled , Monstrosity , Grave, Vader, Obituary , Nocturnus , among others.
Quote:Only just one year these Mexican bringers of sonic brutality needed to unleash another bloody beast into the bowels of the underground. Again under the banner of American Line, but as a five-piece crew with new hopes I guess. Their previous album ?Deathbringer? was a really solid crippling death metal slab maintained mostly in the vein of Krisiun and Rebaelliun, and, luckily, nothing has been changed on the board. I mean, musically beside still obvious Brazilian influences I can add some Suffocation and Vader reminiscences to the whole. Speaking about the production and sound realization, I must admit that it is simple better. Firstly, George?s vocal parts are louder (and they sound good at last) in the final mix as compared to the previous album. Secondly, musical side of the album got rawer, crisper and more energetic blow. The album sounds really uncompromisingly causing mass devastation of my senses.
Of course, a good production is for nothing while the musicians are dilettanti and losers. Fortunately Toño Drowned and his company are not, as they serve fast and aggressive music art. I don?t demand here any signs of sophisticated originality and I know why these tunes were created for. The main target is a listener?s mind, to bombard it by unmerciful and blasting ravager. And they did it undoubtedly. The Mexicans smartly juggle the songs tempo and don?t deliver one track very fast with one speed, the other with a low speed. No, everything here is well-balanced and the rhythm changes shown in every single track make the album absolutely not monotonous. At first sight it seems that the basis of ?Underworld? is a Led?s work and his bulldozer drums. And this feeling is right, but luckily he doesn?t play blast beasts exclusively and the tempo?s rotation is hearable, however, as he stated in the booklet, ?play fast or death?. Is that clear? What is more, the balance between drum and bass drum is maintained. Supported by a fine Allory Studio sound realization, the drums are living force of the album. The second element of rhythm section marches together with the guitar avalanche, in two songs (?Feed and Please? and ?Endless Time?), when the Drowned in Blood machine slow down and keeps the silence for a while, I can listen to bass show lasting merely few short seconds.
During many careful listens to this album, one thing is sure as hell: Toño matured as a composer and musician. And the album is a good example for that. There is no any haphazard sound, there is no any useless and fake tone. It makes that ?Underworld? has no signs of boredom, which is so important in such an intense music. Songs are made of solid, interesting, sometimes even catchy groups of riffs (?Autosacrifice?, ?The Descent?, ?Feed and Please? to name a few) with rather chaotic leads and it?s very hard to choose the best one here. It confirms the equally high level of the whole performance. The band used movie samples (taken from Gibson?s ?Apocalypto?) as well, but it is served only two times, on the beginning of ?Autosacrifice? and ?Demise?. Also, the last song ?Becoming? is a really worthy of note, being an instrumental bass piece, it fits perfectly to be a good track to end the entirety. As compared to the similar move from the previous album, it isn?t too long, doesn?t soften ?Underworld?, and brings some dark and worrisome atmosphere. Really good work!
The instrumental side of ?Underworld? is clear right now, and there is a need to write something about vocals and lyrics, as one person is responsible for that. His name is George, but he doesn?t bring any radical changes in his singing comparing to the previous work, still it?s a kind of semi-growl with mixed styles of A. Camargo (Krisiun), Peter (Vader) and F. Mullen (Suffocation). As you can see, nothing original, yet this mix works here unobstructed, vocals lines are clean-cut and audible. What is more, George wrote better lyrics focused on the history of Mexican land before the Spanish conquest. But while revising the lyrics, I couldn?t find any direct references to names or places. I must admit, it has its own charm: all is bathed in blood, sacrifices, rituals, ceremonies and mythology. The entirety is fastened by summing all the things up ?Cosmic Domain? text. The lyrics framing is intensified by a front cover, that?s for sure, but this work is definitely made in our modern times, however it renders the overall ?Underworld? character in a good way. It is worthy to scrutinize the background with Maya reliefs and fragments of ornamented wall (?). After opening the digipack out, the Mayan monumental Chichén Itzá?s temple ?El Castillo? shows its boundless beauty?
Several times I had to compare this album to the second band?s full-length. And I can see here a progress, maybe not so big, but I cannot make a mistake what band is it, and now Drowned in Blood is a complete crew. A killing crew, I must add. For sure this album is a great listen if you?re death metal freak. By means of simple tools and ideas the band managed to record a real soundtrack to the brutality of the past. Without hindrance ?Underworld? retained a place on my shelf with the ?very good death metal? titles. There is no need to pray for originality, and I wrote about some influences, but the overall striking force reminds me of Polish Embrional and their debut album ?Absolutely Anti-Human Behaviors?. Even if the style of death metal is quite different while comparing these two bands, one thing is the same: the omnipresent feeling of blood and death.
And with blood the Mexicans formed a beast. The underworld beast staring at me?
George - Vocals
Toño - Guitars
Rivers - Guitars
Erik - Bass
Led - Drums
Drowned In Blood - Underworld (2013)
CBR @ 320kbps
2. The Descent
4. Feed And Please
5. Endless Time
7. Cosmic Domain
8. Becoming (Instrumental)