Appropriately titled We Are The Gore, Haemorrhage comes storming out of their blood stained and corpse riddled operating room with their new release. It has been six solid years since their last full length Hospital Carnage and these gore fiends don’t miss a beat. With We Are The Gore, Haemorrhage’s style and sound certainly does not change that much, and why should it? You know that old saying, “why stitch something up if its not bleeding”, or something to that effect. Basically all that I’m saying is that Haemorrhage found a sound that ultimately works for them and has continued to work throughout the years and there is no need to go changing that formula.
Through fourteen brand new tracks you are subject to what Haemorrhage does best, and what they do best is blast and grind away at your skull by providing you with some demented and sickening gore grind. Blood spurts from your speakers, cadavers pile up and if you listen long enough a foul and putrid stench begins to emit from your already blood drenched speakers. In typical Haemorrhage fashion, We Are The Gore is all about gore, maiming, killing, cadavers, and slicing anything and everything up that they can get their hands on and that makes for a fiendishly good listen.
As mentioned before, why fix something that isn’t broken? Haemorrhage builds on their furious entrails soaked style to provide you a cohesive, deadly and all together heavy and skull grinding record. With scalpel sharp riffs that are paired with blasting drums and guttural, flesh consuming vocals you are presented with a deadly and ghastly record that is ultimately entertaining to listen to. From track one to track fourteen, Haemorrhage pour on the grind and the rancid gore for nearly forty minutes leaving you soaked with rotting flesh and left over body parts from their previous victims.
Much like their previous albums, these masters of all things grotesque and unsettling create an overall disgusting and vile sound that you ultimately have a difficult time not listening to. Through and through We Are The Gore is a solid release. There isn’t anything showy, flashy or over done within this release and there shouldn’t be, especially for a gore grind record. This simply is a good solid record that will cater to all gore grind and extreme metal fans leaving them head banging until their neck snaps.