The previous demo from Final Redemption promised well for what next to come and the band doesn't exactly disappoint on Vindicated Carnage either. The inspiration is as before mostly found in the ranks of Dying Fetus and Skinless, but it's noticeable that the band also like later day Carcass and Kataklysm a lot. Final Redemption has worked with their style and sound, and the result is tighter than before. It all works quite well, but as in the past the slow and steady pace has a tendency to become rather tiresome after a while.
The band does to some degree get away with this thanks to some relatively well-written songs. Originality is perhaps not exactly what characterize the songs, but Final Redemption is able to provide the music with some degree of identity. It's obvious that the five Americans have come a long way since the previous demo Final Redemption. Whether they get a deal based on Vindicated Carnage is difficult to tell, but there's no doubt that they are on their way.