San Diego's Pathology put a capital B in brutal on Incisions of Perverse Debauchery. The trio play deathgrind in the vein of Disgorge, Devourment and the likes. Since the debut Surgically Hacked the band has moved about in the ranks and made room for Disgorge vocalist Levi Fuselier. Musically Pathology doesn't do anything that you wouldn't already expect from the genre and just like Disgorge the band above all rely on the fast in the music, but Pathology have the musicianship to vary things so it doesn't end up being a undistinguishable blur of blastbeats and growls. This can be heard on tracks like "Pathogens of Cystic Decay" and "Lycanthropy of Dead Flesh", but all nine songs have their own violent appeal.
The production is fat and juicy, and that pushes Incisions of Perverse Debauchery even further. It benefits the music a lot that Pathology have found a sound that is heavy, crisp and where it's possible to hear what is going on. Incisions of Perverse Debauchery is in many ways a standard effort musically, but it's a convincing effort and that is the difference between this album and a lot else of what is put out today. If you like your music brutal, crushing and straight forward then Incisions of Perverse Debauchery could be the answer.