In many ways the new disc Bubba Luciferi from Neuropathia remind me more than just a little of Australian gorefreaks Blood Duster. It has much of the same groove rock n' roll vibe to it and particularly "I.F.H.Y.A.A." and "Night of a Hundred Pieces" makes it hard not to think of the Aussies. The music is of course groove grindcore in the vein of Blood Duster, not to mention Nasum and Neuropathia label mates Squash Bowels, but the band still maintain its integrity and one of the things contributing to this is that bits of old school death metal finds its way into the songs.
The music is spiced with lots of movie samples which is almost mandatory in this music genre and it just work the way it should. The samples add some soul and feel to the music. Some of the samples are a little too long, but it's only a minor detail that doesn't interfere in a major way. Moreover the Poles throw in their interpretations of the two Turbonegro songs "City of Satan" and "Denim Demon" as well as the Satyricon track "Skyggedans". These three tracks fit perfectly in and you never really notice these are not actual Neuropathia songs. The music is varied and the mix between deep growls and screaming vocals contribute to this.
The production is fat and powerful. The guitars are thick and heavy and this really adds a lot to the overall impression. Musically Bubba Luciferi is nothing out of the ordinary, but still it has plenty of durable material on it. Fans of Blood Duster, Cretin or any of the other band I mentioned before can't go wrong with this release.