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8 reviews for Autopsy Kitchen Records:

Chemikiller, "Evilspeak : The Passion of the Antichrist" Chemikiller
Evilspeak : The Passion of the Antichrist
Autopsy Kitchen Records
2006
Very much borrowing from the Venom playbook, Chemikiller plays the "it's so old-school that it might be tongue-in-cheek" brand of metal that 3 Inches of Blood and Goat Horn have been reviving. The production is god awful, the lyrics are ridiculous as well as satanic, and the musicianship could probably be cranked out by a competent eight grader, but Evilspeak,...
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Darkness Eternal, "Misanthropic Annihilation" Darkness Eternal
Misanthropic Annihilation
Autopsy Kitchen Records
2006
Being one of the few one-man metal bands to actually display talent on more than one instrument, Darkness Eternal is the sole work of George Velaetis, who started the band nearly a decade ago. Many of the 9 songs here have an underlying vibe similar to "Formulas Fatal..."-era Morbid Angel, with a healthy dose of New York death metal adding...
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Diagnose: Lebensgefahr, "Transformalin" Diagnose: Lebensgefahr
Transformalin
Autopsy Kitchen Records
2007
This is the newest project of former Silencer vocalist Nattramn. I don't know the back story or anything about Silencer but apparently Nattramn was committed to an asylum which broke up the band. This album is supposed to be part of his recovery. This actually explained a lot because this is a very disturbed record. There...
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Ensepulchred, "The Night Our Rituals Blackened the Skies" Ensepulchred
The Night Our Rituals Blackened the Skies
Autopsy Kitchen Records
2006
Lo-fi, slow, synth driven, ambient black metal reminiscent to the first few Limbonic Art records, Ensepulchred presents a concept that's interesting in theory but fails miserably in practice. Non-existent guitars, poorly programmed drum machine, shitty vocals, and amateurish songwriting make The Night Our Rituals Blackened the Stars sound like it was written by a group of suicidal teenagers with a...
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Octagon [US], "Artisans of Cruelty" Octagon [US]
Artisans of Cruelty
Autopsy Kitchen Records
2006
Masochistic black hate metal, Octagon bring to the table dirty, tough black metal seeking to rip out the innards of the lesser (wo)man. Recorded with the intensity of rubbing a hunk of granite across a nun’s asscheeks, Artisans of Cruelty is blunt and muddy, and ready to explode. With lyrics like “Who are you to contemplate? Take your punishment, ingrate....
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Silencer (SWE), "Death - Pierce Me" Silencer (SWE)
Death - Pierce Me
Autopsy Kitchen Records
2006
Sweden’s Silencer quite possibly can be credited as being a major proponent of the current dredge of deeply melancholic/suicidal black metal, as well as most notably Xasthur and Leviathan, with this, their 2001 opus of shrieking ghost vocals, draining razor-wire guitars and somber, lucid piano and despondent acoustic interludes. The beginning of the 11 minute title track reeks of a...
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Stalaggh, ":Projekt Misanthropia" Stalaggh
:Projekt Misanthropia
Autopsy Kitchen Records
2007
My advice to you is to not pop this disc into any music player expecting any form of music whatsoever. Or maybe you should, if you like to be shocked and proven wrong. Stalaggh's "Projekt Misanthropia" is a one track 35 minute recording of pure audio torture, literally. Every minute of this 'album' is laden with tortured screams in...
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Stalaggh, "Nihilistik Terror" Stalaggh
Nihilistik Terror
Autopsy Kitchen Records
2006
This album is fucking nonsense. Over an hour of screams and weird noises, and we call this music? Pardon me, but what Stalaggh is doing is not music, it is an aural assault (although that sounds like a positive thing). Stalaggh is rumored to consist of musicians from the Dutch and Belgian black metal / industrial scenes, and Nihilistic...
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