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Decadent Orgy Of Atrocious Suffering

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Decadent Orgy Of Atrocious Suffering
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Type: Full-Length
Release Date: 2002
Label: TXDM Records
Genre: Death
1. Maniacal Contempt Spawned From Agonizing Depravity
2. Enraptured By Sickening Visions Of Perverse Debauchery
3. Rancid Cesspool Of Unimaginable Splendor By Ritualistic Butchery
4. Decadent Orgy Of Atrocious Suffering
5. Dawn of Possession (Immolation Cover)
6. Horrendous Lust For Psychopathic Purity Through Self Immolation
7. Forsaken Defamation And Irreverence
8. Insatiably Craving Abhorrent Denouncement From The Continues Of Flesh
9. Deplorable Stench Reeking Of Treacherous Deceit


Review by Elijah on April 28, 2020.

One-man brutal death metal bands truly are a delicacy, especially Insidious Decrepancy. If it weren't for him we wouldn't have Putrid Pile, and if not for Putrid Pile who knows what other one-man bands we wouldn't have? Decadent Orgy of Atrocious Suffering truly is a perfect album that includes everything a BDM fan could ask for.

The guitar tone is top notch. It has that trademark late 90's BDM sound mixed in with a little tiny hint of that Dying Fetus-esque sound, and a little heavier and grainy as well. Alongside the perfect guitar sound, Shawn's playing ability is 10/10 and the riffing is awesome. Every song is fast, heavy, brutal, and furious. With (most) one-man bands in this genre comes a drum machine, and he does it right. It sure is a drum machine but it sounds great, doesn't sound nearly computerized as you'd maybe think it would be, and it accompanies the guitar greatly.

You can’t forget the vocals too, pretty solid. It's like a mix of regular death metal and brutal gutturals, it's a good balance and flow. You got the great guitar sound, great drums, good songwriting, and the right vocals to go with it. This album definitely is the total package for some good BDM. When you listen to it for the first time the "perfection" of this album won't exactly grab you until you listen to more and more of the album. Once you get more thrown at you you'll start to enjoy it more and see the perfection this embodies. Every single song is a banger, and nothing is boring or "better than another track" or anything such. Shawn Whitaker is a kickass unit of brutality!

If you love brutal death metal and haven't heard this album, I highly, highly recommend it. This album definitely is flawless. It's brutal, kickass, sick, and heavy. And on top of all that, it's a one-man band! This is top talent and needs more attention. Go listen to this amazing album and check out his other album Extirpating Omniscient Certitude as well. Top notch material right here!

Rating: 10 out of 10

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