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Blood Mortized - The Demon, The Angel, The Disease (2013)
BLOOD MORTIZED was founded in Stockholm, Sweden by vocalist Mattias Parkkila and guitarist Benny Moberg in late 2007. The music is heavily influenced by old school death metal from the the early 90's, mainly from the golden Studio Sunlight era.
In April 2008 guitarist Anders Hansson joined the band, followed by drummer Mattias Borgh in late August 2008. After having inked a deal with Vrykoblast Productions, BLOOD MORTIZED recorded their self-titled debut album which was unleashed upon the world in April 2009.
In early 2010 Moberg left the band. As a trio BLOOD MORTIZED recorded the enourmosly critically acclaimed "BESTIAL" EP. In February 2011 Gustav Myrin joined the ranks as the new second guitar player and in June Mattias SÃ¶derlund was drafted as the new bass player. Currently signed to FDA Rekotz and Chaos Records BLOOD MORTIZED are now recording their sophomore album entitled "The Key To A Black Heart" which will be relased in February 2012.
The album is, as the BESTIAL EP, once again recorded and produced by drummer Mattias Borgh at Underworld Recording. Blood Mortized is: Mattias Parkkila: Vocals Previously a member of bands such as Stigmata, E.G.Y.P.T and Excretion. Session vocals for Excruciate. Current side projects are Birch Mountain and Malfeitor. Anders Biazzi: Guitar Biazzi (formerly Hansson) was a member of early death metal bands like Patholog, Scum and Amon Amarth. Biazzi played with Amon Amarth between 1991 and 1998 and performed on the bands demos and the first two official releases. Gustav Myrin: Guitar Played with early death metal band Pathalog.
Relased demos, three albums and toured with dirty rock & rollers Apes IQ between 2001 until 2010. Now back where it all begun. Mattias SÃ¶derlund: Bass Recorded albums and toured heavily through Scandinavia with Swedish punk legends Charta 77. Mattias Borgh: Drums A member of early old school bands such as Embryo and the newly resurrected cult phenomen Crypt of Kerberos.
He is also well known for his percussive work with Arcana. Voices on the "BESTIAL" EP: Tom Wren, Metal Nightmare: "Evokes the old morbid, decaying feeling that is the heart and soul of Swedish death metal." Thomas Ehrmann, Voices From The Darkside: "Get fuckin' blown away... Marvelous oldschool sound! Traditional yet awesome! Fuckin' killer. Nothing else" Critical Mass, Sweden: "Constantly demonstrate that they are not new to the game." Masterful Magazine, Poland: "Recreates the crunchy and organic Sunlight Studio sound of old"
Mattias Parkkila: Vocals
Anders Biazzi: Guitar
Gustav Myrin: Leadguitar
Pelle Ekegren: Drums
Alexander Nord: Bass
Review taken from nocleansinging.com:
Quote:SwedenÂ?s Blood Mortized are back with a new album, and as you might guess from that album cover, theyÂ?re not fucking around. However, as you might not guess from that cover art, thereÂ?s a lot more going on in The Demon, The Angel, The Disease than maniacal serial killers and a big unholy whiff of cemetery rot.
The resurgence of Swedish-style death metal in the blood line of Grave-Dismember-Entombed proves the adage that, in time, everything old is new again. But frequently the new releases in this vein just sound old, old and tired, even to people like me who are addicted to this style. ItÂ?s not enough to simply capture the tone and the atmosphere. Make no mistake, you do need that, but you need more to make a great album that will put smiles on the faces of the hellish faithful and cause them to slobber in ghoulish glee. IÂ?ll tell you how Blood Mortized have pulled off that trick.
We begin with the essentials. The production job on the album (by Linus Nirbrant of SwedenÂ?s This Ending) makes it sound absolutely massive, not too murky or raw but still corroded and corrosive. When heard at the proper volume (i.e., the level that will leave you with tinnitus for days), the music is overwhelmingly powerful. The drums (performed by NorwayÂ?s Brynjar Helgetum) go off like cannon volleys, like nearby thunder, like heavy caliber machine guns on full auto. And listening to the guitars and bass, tuned low and deep and shrouded in distortion, is like being trapped inside a giant chainsaw or a titanic tunnel boring machine.
When guitarists Anders Biazzi and Gustav Myrin are doing their thing, the music is flooded with huge walls of industrial-strength grinding noise, spine-snapping freight train chugging, or the kind of tremolo drilling that generates sympathetic resonance deep down in your guts. ItÂ?s thoroughly head-wrecking. If youÂ?re a true fan of old school Swedish death, you need this tone and technique, but your body will still not be ready. All your frailties will be revealed. (P.S. I had the benefit of listening to the .wav masters of the songs, and I strongly recommend getting this album in the best-quality format you can find Â? itÂ?s worth it.)
But even achieving such a near-perfect sound isnÂ?t enough. You need tasty riffs, and man, is this album loaded with them. You listen to hell-king headbangers like Â?My Soul, Your FleshÂ? and Â?Master of PainÂ? and youÂ?ll need a neck brace the rest of the week. The grooves are simply unstoppable. And when the music drops from hard-charging assaults into groaning crawls (see Â?Noiseterror 08″, for example), youÂ?ll be flattened like a pancake.
But you still want something more, and Blood Mortized deliver again. Embedded throughout the album are an array of compelling melodic hooks delivered by lead guitar refrains that range from the slithering and serpentine to the haunting and ghostly. Those melodies create an almost stately, dramatic aura of bleakness around tracks such as Â?I Am the DeadÂ? and the title track (which also benefits from the atmosphere created by the tolling of a bell and the shimmer of organ notes), and the album closer Â?Leave With HateÂ? (which ventures into melodic death metal territory) achieves near-anthemic status with reverberating guitar arpeggios that will get stuck in your head for days on end.
And letÂ?s not overlook the vocals. Mattias Parkkila (Malfeitor, Birch Mountain) delivers hoarse, vicious, deranged howls that bring the horror with ghastly passion.
The songs on this album are not all of equal quality, but thereÂ?s not one weak one to be found. ThereÂ?s no point at which monotony begins to set in, no temptation to press the off button and move on to something else. ItÂ?s just too damned much fun and too varied in its approach to leave the listener with attention deficit disorder. You can look far and wide and you wonÂ?t find a better offering of old school Swedish death metal this year than The Demon, The Angel, The Disease.
02. In The Black Flames Of Desolation
03. My Soul Your Flesh
04. I Am The Dead
05. Maser Of Pain
07. Blessed Are The Dead
08. Bloddrenched Stones
09. Noiceterror 08
10. Barbarian Lust
11. The Demon, The Angel, The Disease
12. I Leave With Hate
Bitrate: 320 k
Tamaño: 125.82 MB