Monday, February 24, 2014

a sibling to Death's "Leprosy": Morfin "Inoculation"

a sibling to Death's "Leprosy": Morfin "Inoculation"
Morfin: “Inoculation.” (FDA Rekotz). As a sibling to the album “Leprosy” by Death, this work proudly and shamelessly exhibits songwriting inspired and lifted from said classic. Thus, the long-hold, painful, drawn-out growling style; the midtempo/uptempo simple drumming; the midpaced, headbangable guitar riffing/phrasing/tone all point to that specific heritage. With only tiny differences (the very, very brief use of blasting in some places; don’t blink or you’ll miss it), Morfin doubles down on the “Leprosy” zealotry by covering the song itself “Leprosy.” You see, that’s their story and they are sticking to it. For listeners into: late 80s Death, Massacre, early Morgoth, early Gorguts, and back-to-the-future death metal in general. www.facebook.com/morfindeathmetal

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