With "Genocide" I have the new, third album of Polish YATTERING. And with Candlelight Records they now also have a renowned record label that should bring the band quite some promotion.
Who knows and likes the previous albums should make no mistake by buying "Genocide". But I can hardly imagine that the combo will be able to recruit too many new fans, because their material is just too extreme. Apart from the few good riffs, the band loses itself in endless, confusing breaks and fuddlings. Nothing against technical Death Metal, but compared to really first class albums like "Piece Of Time" (ATHEIST), "Human" (DEATH) or "Blessed Are The Sick" (MORBID ANGEL) the Polish enemies of god cannot compete at all.
Even after numerous listens hardly anything stuck to my memory. No, folks, if I want to listen to progressive, ultrabrutal Death Metal, I will continue to take BROKEN HOPE and DEMILICH. "Genocide" will live its life in my deepest dungeons. (Online June 15, 2003)