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Cryptopsy - None So Vile (1999) Retail CD
Death Metal/ Black Metal
The second album from the top Canadian death squad, and the final one to feature the incomparable vocal talents of the lunatic (and Chad Kroeger look-alike, another Canadian, interestingly!) Lord Worm, this is quite simply one of the finest Death Metal releases of all time. The music is slightly less technical than on the two follow-ups ‘Whisper Supremacy’ and ‘And Then You’ll Beg’, but it is the vocal style which sets it apart. For sheer aural ferocity, Lord Worm simply blows Mike DiSalvo out of the water, which is no mean feat in itself, as the big man packs a fairmore… bit of power himself, though his style is more hardcore than Death Metal. Lord Worm is Death Metal through and through, with his style being roughly halfway between that of Chris Barnes (ex-Cannibal Corpse) and Kevin Sharp (ex-Brutal Truth) – as gutteral is it is possible for a man to get! The other notable feature of this, and every other Cryptopsy album is Flo Mounier’s almost inhuman drumming ability; simply phenomenal, almost like a constant blastbeat!After the recording of this album, Lord Worm left (possibly to form Nickleback, who knows?) and Mike Disalvo joined, and the music became more technical and progressive, and less extreme. This album, though, catches the band at the very peak of their awesome powers, and stands as a classic of the genre. The cover art, showing a 17th century painting of the head of John the Baptist fits the mood perfectly as well. Absolute class.
|1||Crown of Horns|
|2||Slit Your Guts|
|3||Graves of the Fathers|
|4||Dead and Dripping|
- Cryptopsy - None So Vile (1999) Retail CD
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