POSTHUMOUS REGURGITATION — Exhumation of Cadavers for Research and Consumption (review)

POSTHUMOUS REGURGITATION — Exhumation of Cadavers for Research and Consumption album cover Album · 2017 · Goregrind Buy this album from MMA partners
3/5 ·
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Little did Carcass realize that when they released the first goregrind album all the way back in 1988 that the floodgates would open and never close again. Joining the incessant flow of splattergrind and horrorcore is the Santa Ana, California spawned POSTHUMOUS REGURGITATION which features the perversion patrol noisemaking team of Dr. Fleshkreep Cadaver Procurement (bass, vocals), Stenchtub (drums), Gut-Eater Biohazardous Waste Disposal (guitar, vocals) and Professor Pathology Forensic Analysis (vocals).

Straight from the band’s own website, the band claims they are grave robbing and cannibalistic, rotting goregrind… raverobbing and cannibalistic, rotting goregrind… POSTHUMOUS REGURGITATION is a goregrind band from Santa Ana, California with influences like Haemorrhage, General Surgery, Dead Infection, and Regurgitate. It all began with this 2017 debut EXHUMATION OF CADAVERS FOR RESEARCH. Nice marketing slogan but how is the music?

Well, this is goregrind after all and perhaps one of the least varied subs in all of the core section at the metal music shopping center so what we get is the expected relentless bombast of guitar riffs, bass lines and drumming that simply act as noise to accompany the gnarled piggy vocals that narrate tales of “Ingestion of Fetid Afterbirth” or “Mastication of Fetal Tissue and Vital Organs.” Like many grindcore based styles, this one has sound samples in between tracks that try to add a bit of variety to the otherwise fairly uniform onslaught of gore.

In the honor of modern grindcore traditions, this so-called album is short and to the point and only amounts to nearly 19 minutes of playing time. While nothing out of the ordinarily this is certainly a decent slice of goregrind with satisfying chugging guitar riffs, bass lines that can be heard and even vocals that have more than the average range as some sound like Inquisition styled croaking while others are more piggy squeals like Pig Destroyer. Overall not bad but nothing that will blow you away either but for those intent on getting as much goregrind in their world as possible this won’t disappoint either.
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