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Total Depravity by Spectral Mortuary

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Total Depravity

Spectral Mortuary

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Album

Total Depravity

Spectral Mortuary

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Label: Deepsend
Denmark-based lovers of the old school (think Floridian) offer a second album that is less groove-metal oriented than their 2007 debut, From Hate Incarnated, and more dedicated to an overwhelming crush and all-out brutality. These guys don't want you to move. They want you to sit still while they treat your Eustachian tubes to an MMA-style beatdown. That said, "Bestial Sanctity" offers a slight respite with some practically danceable moshes. Singer Morten Jørgensen consistently steals the show. Potential Song Title of the Year candidate: "Found in Feces."

About This Album

Denmark-based lovers of the old school (think Floridian) offer a second album that is less groove-metal oriented than their 2007 debut, From Hate Incarnated, and more dedicated to an overwhelming crush and all-out brutality. These guys don't want you to move. They want you to sit still while they treat your Eustachian tubes to an MMA-style beatdown. That said, "Bestial Sanctity" offers a slight respite with some practically danceable moshes. Singer Morten Jørgensen consistently steals the show. Potential Song Title of the Year candidate: "Found in Feces."

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About This Album

Denmark-based lovers of the old school (think Floridian) offer a second album that is less groove-metal oriented than their 2007 debut, From Hate Incarnated, and more dedicated to an overwhelming crush and all-out brutality. These guys don't want you to move. They want you to sit still while they treat your Eustachian tubes to an MMA-style beatdown. That said, "Bestial Sanctity" offers a slight respite with some practically danceable moshes. Singer Morten Jørgensen consistently steals the show. Potential Song Title of the Year candidate: "Found in Feces."

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