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Hyperdontia: Nexus of Teeth

September 17, 2018
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The list of death metal bands that roll out that classic old-school death metal sounds seems to grow and continue to grow with only a few that really nail the sound and stand at the top of that list. With that being said, Hyperdontia is a part of that list and with Nexus of Teeth, they stand near the top. This record is a finely crafted bulldozer of bloody death. It is primitive, stripped to bare bones without frills or fluff as what you get is eight straight tracks of gutting and brutalizing death metal in its most raw and pure form. From beginning to end you are greeted with a gritty and bleedingly raw sound that stabs its meat hooks straight into you never to release you until the final blood soaked note has rang through your viscera soaked speakers.

This is death worship, and just straight up simple, pure and destructive death metal at its finest. Through eight tracks you are presented with something that is unholy, filthy and murderous. From the drop of the first note you quickly realize that you are in for a sickening and vile blood bath. Nexus of Teeth is a ceaseless and ever unrelenting record as it shovels out track after track of cranium impaling death for your gutting. The only reprieve that you are gifted is when the tracks switch from one to another, other than that  you are constantly assaulted by ever visceral death at every twist and turn. Each track is a grisly slab of mutilating death that leaves you lifeless and torn to shreds as Hyperdontia usher forth track after track of skin peeling and blood letting death.

Nexus of Teeth and all of its grave desecrating horrors is something to behold. This is a grisly and nasty release to say the least, one that has a blatant disregard for life as it aims to drain your veins from the very onset. This flesh gnashing and skin shredding release is just that as it tears into you from the get go, never to stop, never to relent until its eight murderous rampages have finally concluded. Nothing here is clean as everything is soaked in gore and viscera from the production all the way down to the vocals making this to be an incredibly nasty and putrid offering that just cannot be denied.

With this debut record, Hyperdontia has put something out that is as vicious as it is entertaining. Nexus of Teeth is death metal done to a tee and will surely impress your chewed up ear drums.

 

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