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"Blasphemer, Heretic, Defiler of the Sacred Ones. Thou art Deprived of Your Limbs. Thy Nose Shall be Split. Thou art Cast Down and Overthrown."-Cast Down The Heretic by Nile

Phalloplasty: Necrophagic Funeral Ritual

March 12, 2016


Piece of advice, never look up phalloplasty without putting the word “band” after it. You will see some things that you probably didn’t want or need to see. However, this phalloplasty doesn’t have anything to do with enlargements of the male organ. What this Phalloplasty does is provide you with enough brutalizing material and sounds for you to go on your chaotic killing spree. Necrophagic Funeral Ritual was originally released in 2012, and four years later it is getting a reissue. With this reissue you get everything that you did previously. You get twelve songs of purely savage and eviscerating music, and you’ll be lucky if you escape just one listen alive.

Necrophagic Funeral Ritual is a wrecking ball of putridity and rotting gore and viscera. This reissue is bludgeoning from beginning to end, and once it has a hold of you, you are along for the blood soaked ride and can’t get off. What this release does to you is mangle your body until it cannot be recognized and it revels in the pain and horror that it inflicts upon you.

Brutal death metal as a genre is suppose to be over the top, gore filled, disgusting and overall purely savage, and what Phalloplasty brings to the table is exactly that. There isn’t anything fancy within this album and their shouldn’t be at all. What you should get with brutal death and what you do get with this release is purely raw, punishing and incredibly heavy music.

For those of you that heard this album when it was first released you know that it is terrifyingly  punishing, and for those of you that are just coming across this brutalizing piece of work let me explain what you are in for. Each song lacerates you and impales you with murky throat slashing riffs as you get accosted by brain bashing drums and incredibly guttural larynx shredding vocals.

You can’t catch a break while listening to Necrophagic Funeral Ritual as each song is just as pummeling as the song before. It is a blistering and blood letting experience that leaves you in a shallow ditch when everything is all said and done. Listen at your own discretion, just don’t say I never warned you.

The reissue of Necrophagic Funeral Ritual will be out through the appropriately named Gore House Productions April 22, 2016.

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