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Eteritus: Order of Death

December 13, 2018

Eteritus: Order of Death

Hailing from Poland, death fiends Eteritus treat us to an old-school style of death that reeks of putrefaction and disease. Order of Death is the title of their newest full length that packs in eight tracks of unrelenting, all flesh consuming death metal for your twisted enjoyment. Each track is a skin blistering offering that features dissonant buzzing riffs, pummeling drumming and sickening bloodied vocals to provide you with a disgusting and overall filthy listen. Order of Death is a sinister and blood letting release through and through, and through each track you are provided with nothing but vile death.

The old-school style of death is running its course through the amputated and fetid vein of the genre as new age death metal bands deploy the dissonant and crypt rotting sounds of their forefathers. With that said, when it is done right, it is done right. Eteritus does it right with their new record as they gift you with eight straight tracks of blood letting debauchery. Each track is maiming and eviscerating as they try to snuff your life out with each passing minute. Order of Death is a solid release through and through as Eteritus presents to you one rumbling track of grisly death after another.

This is straight forward death metal through and through. Don’t expect fluff, frills or anything else that may be unnecessary as Eteritus gives you their version of death metal as raw and bleeding as it can be. While nothing here is wheel reinventing, Eteritus stick to the old-school death metal traditions by providing you with gut ripping, disease riddled riffs that are paired with ever skull pummeling drumming and blood drenched vocals. The musicianship throughout is very solid as are the vocals and the raw production making this a well rounded and well executed release.

Overall, Order of Death is a solid and gripping release. Through eight tracks you are treated to a death metal romp through the already defiled crypts. 

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