Flesh Incineration is possibly the most soothing band name in metal. How can it not bring a smile to your face and joy to your day imagining your most hated rivals burning alive, their flesh boiling and their skin bubbling? Flesh Incineration hails from the United States and takes ques from several different genres including: grind, death metal and brutal death. Each of those genres is put to work here on their release Fuel For the Fire. I have to assume that they need more fuel for the fire because of all of the bodies they need to be burning. After all, humans seem to be pretty low on the things that these guys like.
Through the five track release you get subjected to harsh punishing metal, and at the same time you end up feeling shameful for being a human being. It is your right to be human, you are a human, but Flesh Incineration do a great job in making you feel like a piece of shit for being a human.
Other than making you second guess the fact that you are alive for a reason, Flesh Incineration display quite the onslaught of grind. Each song is fast and blistering melting the faces of each listener that just so happens to stumble upon them.
With their only being five songs, and with each song being very short in length, Fuel For the Fire definitely adds more fuel to the fire than needed. The pyre was already burning pretty high, but after Flesh Incineration entered the metal realm they pour on gallons of fuel, and since 2012 they have to be paying quite a bit in gasoline to keep their stockpile of cadavers ablaze.
Even though this release is short, there is no shortage in brutality. From the first riff you enter the torturous realm of grind fused with brutal death. The riffs present within this release are sure to flay anyone’s fingers, and complimented by the ever blasting drums makes a force to be reckoned with. The blazing metallic onslaught is only further enhanced by the throat ruining vocals. The entire release reeks of the stench of death and hatred for humankind. Fuel For the Fire is made for brutal death and grind enthusiasts in mind. Flesh Incineration show aggression, hatred, and an innate ability to make whoever is listening feel like the scum of the earth. Fuel For the Fire is worth the listen if you are in the mood for demolishing your house, or lighting your neighbor’s house on fire.