REVIEW
SUBLIME CADAVERIC DECOMPOSITION - 2
Released: April 28th, 2003 | Label: Osmose Productions | Rating: 6/10 | Reviewer: PSL | Provided by: Superion



01. XX . 10 . 01
02. XX . 10 . 02
03. XX . 03 . 02
04. XX . 05 . 01
05. XX . 01 . 02
06. XX . 06 . 01
07. XX . 04 . 02
08. XX . 07 . 01
09. XX . 06 . 02
10. XX . 03 . 01
11. XX . 05 . 02
12. XX . 08 . 01
13. XX . 07 . 02
14. XX . 09 . 01
15. XX . 09 . 02
16. XX . 02 . 02
17. XX . 08 . 02
18. XX . 11 . 01
19. XX . 04 . 01
20. XX . 12 . 01
21. XX . 11 . 02
22. XX . 12 . 02 Outro

Damn, these guys really know how to create some serious fucked up stuff. Grindcore is usually not my thing, mainly due to the ultra short songs. But Sublime Cadaveric Decomposition is one of the better bands. They have a thick and brutal sound that many other grindcore bands seem to miss.

Sublime Cadaveric Decomposition blast their way through 22 songs in a little more than 32 minutes. Most of the songs may seem the same to the untrained ear - and even to the trained ear this stuff gets a little monotone after awhile. But S.C.D. belongs in the better end of the scale. A really weird thing about this band is they have decided to remove what they consider irrelevant stuff so there are no solos, no melodic parts, no lyrics and no real song titles. According to the band, this was done in order to become as violent and brutal as possible.

Sublime Cadaveric Decomposition is definitely not for everybody but fans of bands such as Pig Destroyer, Nasum and Regurgitate shouldn't hesitate with getting this.





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