Album Review: Undeath – It’s Time… To Rise From The Grave (Prosthetic Records)

The dead walk again! New York-based band Undeath have returned from their mutilated tomb to horrify and dominate death metal’s insatiable masses once again. It’s Time… To Rise from the Grave will be released on April 22nd, 2022 via Prosthetic Records.

As you wade through the stinking tomb of Undeath, don’t look down. That sickening squelch? That brittle crunch? The noxious odour that rises up to assault the senses? It’s sure to be the fetid remains of countless victims that have come before.

No-one gets out of here alive.

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Undeath are taking no prisoners with this new album. Causing guttural mental scarring, physical muscle atrophy and a blackening of the soul. Where, from beginning to end, the fiendish group deliver a scathing showcase of ruthless and vile death metal. The stuff that is so off-putting to the naysayers of metal but is so appealing to those who enjoy their extreme metal.

What makes this so special? Aside from the disgusting imagery the music creates in the head? It’s that Undeath have crafted an infectious version of death metal that equally feels dragged from the grave and a fresh reanimation, at the same time. This is more than just the grim puppetry of a rotting corpse, it’s Undeath breathing foul life into the carcass.

One of the best death metal releases you will hear this year. Just don’t be surprised if you feel like you need to take a shower afterwards.

Undeath – It’s Time… To Rise from the Grave Full Track Listing:

1. Fiend for Corpses
2. Defiled Again
3. Rise from the Grave
4. Necrobionics
5. Enhancing The Dead
6. Funeral Within
7. Head Splattered in Seven Ways
8. Human Chandelier
9. Bone Wrought
10. Trampled Headstones


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Undeath - It's Time... To Rise From The Grave (Prosthetic Records)
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