Trends come and go, but slam will always have its place among death metal fiends who revel in its absurdity, love its primary focus on obscene heaviness, and it’s endlessly over-the-top nature in general. Even so, 2019 has truly been a standout year for quality brutal death metal and slam thus far and Necrotted is eager to unveil their latest effort in this vein. The Abtsgmünd, Baden-Württemberg, Germany-based sextet has been honing their craft live and in the studio since 2008, releasing an initial EP in 2010 followed by three full-lengths, the most recent of which, Worldwide Warfare, was released by Rising Nemesis Records in 2017.
Now in 2019, the group is back and better than ever with the upcoming October 11th release of Die for Something Worthwhile via Rising Nemesis Records.
Necrotted comments on the release of Die for Something Worthwhile:
Thematically, Necrotted’s new EP ‘Die for Something Worthwhile’ dissects the meaning and the primal questions of life. It’s a lyrical search for honorable purposes in a self-destructive world and a distorted society. In terms of music, the songs of ‘Die for Something Worthwhile’ are the most mature ones of the band as well as also being their most advanced.
With death, destruction and hate in their souls, Necrotted bring a horrifying amount of heavy with their new 4-track EP. Raging and vibrating with hate throughout every single second of the EP. The brutality of their death metal efforts can’t be understated.
This is music for those with a bone to pick with the world. So if the idea of unstoppable death metal appeals then this is well worth a look. No matter the tempo, alongside drums that non-stop bludgeon, riffs that score the flesh and vocals that peel the skin, the four track of Die for Something Worthwhile will appeal to most who like their music with no compromise. Especially when it comes to heavy.
Necrotted – Die for Something Worthwhile Full Track Listing:
1. Die for Something Worthwhile
3. Six Feet Deep, No Party Too Steep
Necrotted - Die for Something Worthwhile (Rising Nemesis Records)
The Final Score - 7.5/10