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Demilich - Nespithe (7,5/10) - Finland - 1993/1996

Genre: Death Metal
Label: Repulse
Playing time: 57:47
Band homepage: Demilich

Tracklist:

  1. When The Sun Drank The Weight Of Water >mp3
  2. The Sixteenth Six-Tooth Son Of Fourteen Four Regional Dimensions (Still Unnamed)
  3. Inherit Rowel Levitation – Reduced Without Any Effort
  4. The Echo (Replacement)
  5. The Putrefying Road In The Nineteenth Extremity (…Somewhere Inside The Bowels Of Endlessness…)
  6. (Within) The Chamber Of Whispering Eyes
  7. And You’ll Remain… (In Pieces Of Nothingness)
  8. Erecshyrinol
  9. The Planet That Once Used To Absorb Flesh In Order To Achieve Divinity And Immortality (Suffocated To The Flesh That Is Desired…) >mp3
  10. The Cry
  11. Raped Embalmed Beauty Sleep >mp3
  12. Introduction (Embalmed Beauty Sleep (Bonus Track)
  13. Two Independent Organisms – One Suppurating Deformity (Bonus Track)
  14. And The Slimy Flying Creatures Reproduce In Your Brains (Bonus Track)
  15. The Uncontrollable Regret Of The Rotting Flesh (Bonus Track)
Demilich - Nespithe

You love weird riffs, sick, perverse thrashing, can do without catchiness and melodies, as long as the music is really off one’s trolley? You could imagine the fiercest mix from CARCASS’ “Symphonies Of Sickness“ and NASTY SAVAGE’s “Penetration Point“? Then the first and only album of Finnish DEMILICH is the perfect thing for you sick dogs.

 

“Nespithe“, so the title, is so extreme in almost every way that it almost hurts. Murderously brutal, mostly mid paced, interspersed with short speed attacks and with several damn complex riffs, which lets bands like WATCHTOWER or MEKONG DELTA look like mainstream bands. Plus a garglegrunt, who even lets the trolls from BROKEN HOPE and SUFFOCATION sound like Britney Spears.

 

And was the album not already torment, the CD even has the old demo as encore. This ear slaughter originally has been released via Necropolis in 1993 and then got re-released on Repulse Records three years later. The demo song “Embalmed Beauty Sleep“ even had been covered by German Death Metallers FLESHCRAWL!

 

“Nespithe“ really only is digestible for the most whacked out Deathsters!!! (Online March 5, 2004)

Falk Kollmannsperger



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