"Forensick" (Repulse Records)
Reviewed by Christopher J. Kelter
Mexican gore-masters Disgorge scratch out total blinding, gory
death-grind on "Forensick" with unsettling results. I squirmed with uneasiness as I listened to this bloody slab of carnage -
"Forensick" is the sound of coarse knives scraping bones, sharp objects piercing skin,
and bloody screams of self-disembowelment.
The vocals sound like someone strangulating on his own vomit and blood through an amplifier submerged in water. The guitars and drums go to war over every micro-second of the time-space continuum creating a cluttered, yet charged sound not unlike an aural equivalent of indelible shit stain.
Vile song titles ("Silks Sphincter Anal Lumen" is one example) and gruesome cover art (unmentionable) will make those with the strongest of constitutions recoil in horror. "Forensick" is wretched mayhem.
Fans of Exhumed and Regurgitation will devour the gore-laden, putrid effluent of Disgorge.
"Forensick" was un-produced and by whom it doesn't matter.
Disgorge is Antimo on bass and vocals, Edgar on guitars, Guillermo on drums.
A classic. This record will kick your ass.
Killer. Not a classic but it will rock your world.
So-so. You've heard better.
Pretty bad. Might make a nice coaster.
Self explanatory. Just the sight of the cover makes you wanna hurl.
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