In pure old-school death metal and horror movie glory, As Flesh Decays offers up eleven brand new flesh gnawing tracks within their debut full length The Horror Of It All. Complete with artwork that looks like an ode to the classic movie The Thing, The Horror Of It All has it all. For eleven straight tracks you come face to face with grisly, gore and groove filled death metal that charges at you from the very beginning. In ever unrelenting fashion, As Flesh Decays pour their brand of bile and entrails soaked death metal out in sickening heaps supplying you with nothing but blood letting offering after blood letting offering.
The Horror Of It All begins with the appropriately titled intro And So It Begins which gives you just a little bit of a putrid taste as to what really is to come. Once the two minute opener concludes, As Flesh Decays pushes the knife deeper in to your flesh as they barrel forth with Descent Into Torment. From Descent Into Torment onward your face gets peeled back little by little by the ever blood spurting and gut ripping onslaught that As Flesh Decays supplies. Each track is a bombastic flesh carving ode to death and horror that snaps your head back with ease. These tracks are violent and relentless as they aim for your neck never to stop hacking away until your head is rolling in the dirt.
As a whole, The Horror Of It All is a powerful and monstrous release, one that is set on shedding blood and hoarding the corpses of anyone who listens. Filthy track seamlessly follows filthy track burying you under droves of sickness and rotting decay. As Flesh Decays does a great job of never giving you a moment to collect yourself as they swiftly shift from track to blood letting track suffocating you under a pile of putrid death. Mercilessly, As Flesh Decays hacks and slashes away, ripping you to pieces before everything is all said and done. Each of the murderous tracks within this offering are well crafted and well executed gifting you with a gnarled, blood thirsty and addicting listen.
The Horror Of It All is a highly entertaining and addicting record that is hard to get enough of. This is a solid debut release from these gore maniacs from down under as they supply you with eleven straight forward flesh masticating tracks that aim to maim and mutilate. Through and through The Horror Of It All impresses as it ladles heaping doses of vile death upon you relentlessly. Simply put, this twisted mass of death and decay is great.