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Cabaret Aberrante: Extirpando la miseria

October 27, 2018
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Forming in 2009, death metal outfit Cabaret Aberrante has released three full length records and two demos up until this point as they unleash their newest offering of gore and torture titled Extirpando la miseria. This nine track release is a sick and twisted offering that provides you with nine straight tracks of straight forward death metal for the most part. Cabaret Aberrante pulverize and punish for the most part, only to slow things down when the track calls for it only to pick right back up where they left off. Cabaret Aberrante injects each track with some orchestral ambiance creating some atmosphere between all of the punishing blast beats and chugging riffs making their sound a little more unique and diverse.

Based off of the cover art, Extirpando la miseria is just as disturbing as you would imagine. Extirpando la miseria is a filthy and grime filled record that pushes boundaries and provides you with truly twisted and torturous death metal. From one track to the next, Cabaret Aberrante provides you with filthy metal making you feel as though you need a bath afterward. Each of the nine tracks that are present within this offering are just as gore and smut filled as the last providing you with a truly sadistic and gut punching listen.

From beginning to end, Cabaret Aberrante mash the proverbial pedal to the metal providing you with whiplash inducing tracks one right after another. As mentioned above, these gore fiends slow things down only when needed, but only for a moment before picking back up to provide you with even more sadistic offerings. Each track is riddled with chugging riffs that are backed by ever blasting drums and unearthly bloodied vocals that force their way through the filth to the forefront. Each passing minute of this record isn’t filled with complete barbarity as each track has a dosage of melody and atmosphere to it creating an overall fluid sound.

Extirpando la miseria is a solid record from beginning to end. The orchestral injections are a nice touch to each track and the instrumentation is solid as is the production making this to be an overall well rounded record. If you are looking for some straight forward death with a little extra grime added in, Extirpando la miseria would be the record to check out.

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