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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

Suicidal Causticity: The Human Touch

September 25, 2017


With their newest full length coming four years after their debut full length, Suicidal Causticity doesn’t sit and wait around to get you acquainted with their newest offering of slaughter. The Human Touch is a blasphemous nine tracks long that provide you with nothing other than life threatening death metal. Right out of the gate, Suicidal Causticity hits you with blasting drums and monstrous growls and for the remainder of the record that is what you can come to expect. From their opening track Diamond Grinder Spring on, you are presented with nihilistic and blood thirsty death metal.

The Human Touch just keeps on rolling one track right after another without any break in between for you to catch your breath and rest your neck. There aren’t any interludes and there certainly aren’t any breaks in the blood soaked action within each track either. Not unless you count the little atmospheric break you get within the opening track. Other than that, you are pelted from beginning to end with scalding metal that melts the flesh straight off of your face.

This record is just pure death metal, nothing but. The Human Touch hacks and slashes its way through your skull with each passing second as it supplies you with blood drunk riffs, blasting drumming and gritty unearthly growls. “The Human Touch” is a sonic wall of malevolent death that comes charging at you right from the very second that you end up pressing play. This record is a relentless force that doesn’t seem mind culling anything that gets in its way.

The Human Touch is a solid death metal record. There isn’t much on this release that blazes new paths, but it doesn’t have to. This is just pure death, nothing more and nothing less. The Human Touch is a barrage of blood soaked and rotted flesh for forty-three minutes straight. Through those forty-three minutes you find yourself head banging in pure fervor. This release does a great job of gripping you by the throat, keeping your attention, and crushing it until you are done listening.

From beginning to end, The Human Touch is a good release. You are provided with nine straight tracks of no bullshit pure death bulldozing death metal. The Human Touch is an enjoyable record that is ultimately heavy, punishing, damning and downright slaughtering.

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