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Electrocution - Metaphysincarnation (2014)
Electrocution reached cult status for their acclaimed 1993 album "Inside The Unreal", currently one of the most wanted death-metal records in the category, with fans and collectors all over the world scanning stores and the internet in search of rare copies.
Formed in 1990 by singer/guitarist Mick Montaguti, Electrocution went through a few changes before reaching their best known line-up featuring Alex Guadagnoli on guitar, Max Canali on bass, Luca Canali on drums and Mick Montaguti on vocals/guitar. Through 1991 and 1992 the band released 2 demo-tapes that quickly set them apart for their impressive instrumental and songwriting skills.
Their second demo, "The Real Doom" got them signed with Rosemary Records (Contempo/EMI) which released their debut full-length "Inside The Unreal" in the spring of 1993 (recorded in November 1992). The album was an instant success in sales and the buzz around Electrocution dramatically increased after their memorable live performances on tour with such bands as Death, Carcass, Benediction and Motorhead among others.
"Inside The Unreal" was the first international, major distributed death-metal release for an Italian band and became a true milestone for fans and later inspired bands with its brutal and eclectic sound.
In 1995 Electrocution evolved into a more experimental style and released a couple of 7" via Molten Metal Records. After a few line-up changes and a short period in the United States, the group officially disbanded in the beginning of 1997, just months before guitarist Alex Guadagnoli (who's also a singer and later charted producer) was selected for a studio-audition with multi-million selling gods Sepultura.
Electrocution's original members were active in several projects during the last decade and currently reside in north Italy and southern California (Alex Guadagnoli). Rumors of a reunion for a brand new album are to be taken seriously after the band's recent signing with Aural Music Records for the 20th Anniversary reissue of "Inside The Unreal", which includes bonus material and remastered audio at The Strands studio in Los Angeles.
Quote:It has been a long 20 years since Italian death metal horde Electrocution last released a full length record, with Inside the Unreal being one hell of an impressive record with it?s rather heavy Death and Atheist influences. 21 years on, the band prepares to unleash it?s sophomore full length, Metaphysincarnation, featuring once again it?s last known lineup before the hiatus that the band took since 1997.
Like Inside the Unreal, Metaphysincarnation once again sees Electrocution throw in a myriad of different influences and sounds together, but this time with a much more modern touch (more on that later). Wireworm kicks off the album with a rather old school Swedish death metal style, with the riffs of Alex and Mick being rather reminiscent of Entombed and the likes. But this being the Electrocution that we have come to known, things aren?t quite as simple as that, as the band quickly goes into more technical and brutal grounds. The furious speed and intensity that the band presents soon sees the band going into a more Floridian death metal mode, not unlike that of Morbid Angel or Deicide in the chaos that is conjured. The crushing heaviness and impact of the material on Metaphysincarnation even brings in some Polish death metal resemblances, with the thrashier moments reminding one of Vader or Hate, and the technical flair that the band displays allowing them to fit easily with bands such as Decapitated, with tracks like Bloodless.
As one would already gather, the keyword to describe Metaphysincarnation is versatility, and the band definitely makes use of that to throw listeners off guard, and moments such as the end of Abiura the band adds in some moments of calmness with the acoustic guitars, a small break from the chaos ensued thus far, and the further destruction to come. Apart from that, Alex and Mick also often engaged in guitar duels, resulting in melodic, harmonised leads, adding to the flavour of Electrocution?s craft.
The production on Metaphysincarnation also sees the band updating their sound, being modern and polished, with each of the instruments ringing out clearly. The mix of Max?s bass especially stands out in the mix, and this certainly helps in making things sound even better with the low end growl, apart from allowing him to show off his chops.
20 years since Inside the Unreal, Electrocution proves that they still have what it takes to write a memorable death metal record despite their 15 year hiatus. Metaphysincarnation stands as not only a good comeback album for a band that would have faded from memory, but is also an extremely great record for fans of death metal in general.
5. As A Son To His Father
7. Nature Obliteration
9. Aliento Del Diablo
10. Spirals In Tension
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