HUMANGLED (Italy) “Odd Ethics” CD EP review by Misantropia Extrema

HUMANGLED (Italy) “Odd Ethics” CD EP review

by Misantropia Extrema

By Misantropia Extrema

Despite having only released their debut EP in 2007, the history of Italian Humangled dates back to 1996, the year he recorded his first scale model, and before that, its key elements Putrid Sequence had belonged to until 1995. No wonder therefore that the death metal quintet’s sound as cohesive in Tuscany, even more so when is the hand of Dan Swanö in production. In stylistic terms, is a mix between death metal and more classic riffs death’n’roll easy the last stage of the career of Carcass, with the same type of guitar sound full and warm. Especially the last track, “Deny Yopur Creed.” Although not excel over their peers who play (good) European death metal, the Humangled also not far behind. The four tracks on this EP that allow us to understand the evolution of the band in relation to their debut album (released in 2010) relates mainly to a further clarification on the composition and structure of the bands, which appear more compelling musical personality and a more marked. Anyone who enjoys death metal abrasive, technical and brutal riffs with space for breathing is therefore here a handful of tracks to enjoy.

Rating: 4/5

This review was originally written in Portuguese and has been translated using Google Translate. To view the original review in Portuguese click the link below.

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To purchase HUMANGLED “Odd Ethics” CD EP, “Fractal” DIGI CD and other HUMANGLED merchandise go to:

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