Goregrind monsters Cannibal Accident are back at it again, but instead of a brand new album what you get is a compilation of previous releases which is a massive fifty-one songs long. As mentioned, with this compilation you get everything and sooner rather than later you get buried in filth and enough gore to choke anything. With one full length, four mini albums, a few tracks from a different compilation and a live track, this is the perfect compilation for anyone who has just heard of Cannibal Accident as well as anyone who already knows of Cannibal Accident. No matter whether you are a seasoned listener or just a beginner, know that you will be buried under massive amounts corpses.
Each song is a fucking grinding madhouse and Cannibal Accident as well as goregrind enthusiasts wouldn’t have it any other way. These songs lay your skull on the grind stone and grind away until you have nothing left other than half a brain. Each song is soaked and marinated in bile, gore, fetid blood and rotted flesh and all throughout the listen all of what was just listed and more spews from your speakers. You either suffocate from the sheer brutality or from all of the blood that you choke on.
Every song holds just as much fire power on this compilation as it did when it first came out. If you aren’t prepared to listen to this psychotic wall of noise, you should prepare otherwise you will end up as plant food like the rest. E.C.M.R.W.M.E. is a maelstrom of grind and doesn’t finish torturing you and putting you through every level of hell until the final song has concluded. E.C.M.R.W.M.E. as well as Cannibal Accident revels in your horror and takes pleasure in torturing you in smashing your brains in and making you completely unrecognizable.
Since all of the songs are fairly short, every single song hits you like a shotgun blast as they tear open your chest and leave you to bleed out. As soon as the first song ends the next one begins just as quick so you have no time to breath in between grinding onslaughts. Each song is a twisting and writhing mass of burning and contorted flesh and purely punishing and raw grind. After one listen you feel like you have been put through the wringer and then thrown back in again just to get hacked up for good measure.
As mentioned above, this is a great compilation for anyone who is just beginning to listen to Cannibal Accident, or for anyone who has already known about them. This compilation has everything and is one hell of a horrifying listen, but as horrifying as it is, it is a great listen as well. This is pure and raw goregrind at its finest and any fan should have this on their shelf.