Upon pressing play on Mad Sick Mind, you are lured in with a nice near serene intro titled Rebirth. Rebirth conceals the fact that you are about to come face to face with twelve tracks of pure destruction and malevolence. Right after Rebirth fades in to darkness, you get hit with Destroy My Life, a blasting and skin blistering track that comes barreling through your speakers immediately. Each track that comes after Rebirth are relentless ripping tracks that supply you with machine gun drumming, technical and ever slashing riffs and unearthly blood curdling vocals. Through Mad Sick Mind, Endless certainly doesn’t pull any punches as they aim for your jugular early on never to stop their pursuit until it has been severed.
As a whole, Mad Sick Mind is monstrous as it dishes out twelve blasphemous and scalp ripping tracks for you to contort your neck to. Once the intro Rebirth has concluded, an all out onslaught ensues as Endless roll out track after bulldozing track of intense and adrenaline pumping death metal. Endless is relentless in their assault as they rain down some seriously sickening death metal to cull the masses. The pace throughout this release is that of mach speed and Endless retains their torrid pace all throughout keeping you on your toes and keeping your head firmly snapped back for the album’s entirety.
Each track within this release is a head spinning and gutting offering that unapologetically charges forth stomping over the deceased and trampling the feeble. Mad Sick Mind is a powerhouse of death and over and over again through each track Endless makes that known. Endless rips and tears through each track with ease presenting you with a detrimental yet entirely entertaining and engaging listen. As mutilating as this offering is you can’t help but to come back for more and more sonic punishment.
Mad Sick Mind is a well put together and cohesive offering that provides you with some top notch death metal that continues to swim around in your mind for some time to come. The instrumentation all throughout is top notch, the vocals are incredible and with a clean production that brings everything neatly together, you are presented with a very solid and incredibly heavy listen. This release shouldn’t be looked over by any death metal or extreme metal fan as it is sure to please your chewed up ear drums.
Mad Sick Mind will be released May 31, 2018 through Necromance Records.
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