REVIEW
BURNING BUTTHAIRS - Impulse to Exhume
Released: May 25th, 2007 | Label: Nocturnal Empire | Rating: 5/10 | Reviewer: PSL | Provided by: Nocturnal Empire



01. Introduction
02. The Homicide
03. Rotten Disfigured Flesh
04. Impulse to Exhume
05. Putrefaction in a Cannibal Tribe
06. Mazzatello
07. Ripping Jack Flesh
08. Skinless
09. Pathological Exhumed Meal
10. Cannibalistical Hunger [Devoured Alive]
11. Vomit Bowels
12. Under the White Shroud [in the Cold Chamber]
13. Gory Rot

Hmm, with a name like Burning Butthairs you'd expect the music to be a total joke, but that is actually not the case. The Germans sure know how to make the music brutal, but unfortunately the songs tends to appear rather uninspired and generic. In Many ways Impulse to Exhume is a very standard sounding effort and it gets tiring after some time.

Sure the band know what they are doing, but that something extra that could help make it a little more interesting is nowhere to be found and that constitutes a problem as there is not a great deal to remember in the music. Much of the catchiness is simply missing. It doesn't really make things any better that the production is generic sounding too. Especially the drums tend to sound very sterile. Isolated seen Impulse to Exhume is not a bad CD, but put up against what else is out there, there's not a whole lot that count in favour of Burning Butthairs.





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