EP Review: Cesspool Of Corruption – Eradication Of The Subservient (Gore House Productions)

Hailing from Dallas, Texas, Cesspool Of Corruption originally released their debut EP, Eradication Of The Subservient, independently in 2016. Since then it has remained the prized possession of the few, a secret treasure for those who were lucky enough to stumble upon it. But when Eradication Of The Subservient found its way to the doors of Gore House Productions, its days in obscurity were numbered. On December 11th 2020 this creation will be reborn and unleashed on the world!

It’s only right that the wider musical world now has the opportunity to hear this sharp and pointed record. Five tracks of chunky and bilious death metal, drawing from the filthy well of the old-school sound of the likes of Cannibal Corpse and Morbid Angel but with the focused energy of a young and hungry modern edge.

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25 minutes of guttural noise. The guitars slamming with all the ferocity of a hurricane in a populated town. The drums and bass, the thunderous crash that accompanies the storm and the vocals, the roaring wind in your ears as you desperately hunker down praying you survive the night.

It’s a blasting assault of noise that brings with it, a sense of danger. You’ll be glad it’s over but unashamedly excited to hear what comes next from the guttural monstrosity.

Cesspool of Corruption – Eradication of the Subservient Full Track Listing:

1. Ubiquitous Presence
2. Technological Enslavement
3. Emergence of Truth
4. Eradication of the Subservient
5. Humanoid in Form




Links

Bandcamp | Facebook | Gore House Productions

Cesspool Of Corruption - Eradication Of The Subservient (Gore House Productions)
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