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Cattle Decapitation - To Serve Man (7/10) - USA - 2002

Genre: Grindcore
Label: Metal Blade Records
Playing time: 34:59
Band homepage: Cattle Decapitation


  1. Testicular Manslaughter
  2. I Eat Your Skin
  3. Writhe In Putressence
  4. Land Of The Severed Meatus
  5. The Regurgitation Of Corpses
  6. Everyone Deserves To Die
  7. To Serve Man
  8. Colonic Villus Biopsy Performed On The Gastro-intestinaly Incapable
  9. Pedeadstrians
  10. Long-Pig Chef And Her Hairless Goat
  11. Hypogastric Combustion By C 4 Plastique
  12. Deadmeal
  13. Chunk Blower
Cattle Decapitation - To Serve Man
Hey, you ultra-sickos! Yes you, who worship extreme bands like AUTOPSY, CARCASS, CANNIBAL CORPSE, BROKEN HOPE, MORTICIAN, NECROPHAGIA etc. - this is something for you. Really coarse Grindcore or let's say Death Metal with grinding elements and splatter-lyrics is what CATTLE DECAPITATION have to offer us on their third longplayer.

The first "Human Jerky" had been released via Satan's Pimp Records and only as vinyl, album number two had been titled "Homovore" and was released as cow-coloured gatefold-record and also as CD. As an insider-tip the band could grind into a good status already, which led to the contract with Metal Blade, so the third album is now available in every store.

Well, what should I say, it is a disgusting pus-sore in the mass of the wimpy, Nu-Metal-infested US-scene and everybody who thinks that IN FLAMES play extreme music should get in touch with CATTLE DECAPITATION. There's not much to say about the music, the fans will already know what's up. For normal Metalians this album will most probably be too extreme, I personally thought this album very amusing and technically it for sure is one of the better releases of this sub-genre. I like to listen to that every now and then.

But I am just not hard enough to listen to that stuff all the time. I rather prefer more melodic stuff. Who thinks that this is negative - feel free! (Online August 1, 2002)

Ralf Henn

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