Cattle Decapitation‘s Monolith Of Inhumanity is perhaps one of their tightest and magnifying albums ever recorded in the Deathgrind/ Death Metal department. The musicianship of these members are extremely commanding, creative and naturally enough these tracks easily compelling behind the messages in images and lyrics are powerful, unique and calibrating. They’re both unparalleled in brutality and originality with this particular album defines stellar performances and production. This album most certainly a organic milestone in the genre and the brilliant musicial centers are fully capable of garnering praise amongst Metalheads globally. From the harmonic tones of guitars, blistering drums and Travis Ryan’s technical and psychological thrilling vocals alongside upfront bass, the foundations are crushing limb to limb and satisfies additional substances. Anywhere from Gristle Licker, Kingdom Of Tyrants and my personal favorite Your Disposal, Cattle Decapitation embraced the screeching and grooving material they’ve ever materialized while thought provoking the interlocking deepest and heaviness with catchy melodies made Monolith Of Inhumanity a fine damn simultaneous effort. Technical riffs, Grindcore blast beats, swarming blankets of mercilessly brutality perfectly fuses a Carcass and Cryptopsy undeniable influences with other fantastic arrangements with Naplam Death and Pig Destroyer with their natured musicality. The moving strangulation these settings are provided catch shout worthy vocal refrains and counting mix above-mentioned unsettling and pure bred sequences make these songs have breakneck tempos and solidarity sections. For being the 7th full length, Monolith Of Inhumanity is a mercilessly brutal account truly bludgeons in a sense of wide variety generes work so uniquely well. Death Metal with Grind elements is usually impassioned but I was completely surprised moment I heard the opener The Carbon Stampede with a Dying Fetus/ Exhumed esque hammering away.
Fans of The Harvest Floor will definitely see massive improvements in Cattle Decapitation’s long awaiting 2012 Metal Blade Records effort of Monolith Of Inhumanity.
Favorite track:Your Disposal
Review by Jake Butler