Moving this time to the field of death/grind, to review the new album by Exhumed. A band known for its goregrind beginnings, that moved to a more death/grind style of today with "Gore Metal" (1998) and "Slaughtercult" (2000), making them an important name in the scene.
West Coast horror hellions EXHUMED will release their new album, "Necrocacy", via Relapse Records in North America on August 6, in Germany/Benelux on August 2 and in the rest of the world on August 5. The effort wil be available in CD, LP, deluxe LP and digital formats. The limited-edition "Necrocracy Party 2013 Political Rally Pack" contains a deluxe LP plus a bonus CD with the entire album plus five exclusive tracks, a pin set, bumper sticker and poster pack, limited to a one-time pressing of 500 copies worldwide.
Among Decibel magazine's most anticipated albums of 2013, "Necrocacy" delivers nine goretorn tracks of prime audio sickness oozing blazing guitars, filth-stricken vocals and obscene drum blasts. Quite possibly their finest hour yet, as the years roll by EXHUMED refuse to mellow. This is a band that stinks like the rotting flesh of a nation waiting for revolution: Vote Necrocracy Party 2013!