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Album Review

This somewhat ridiculously named five-piece from England plays brutal, technical death metal with reasonable proficiency. As with many young bands, it's possible to close your eyes while listening to their songs and picture the members' record collections, and in this case the shelves/iPods would definitely include the collected works of Decapitated, Metallica's ...And Justice for All, everything by the Black Dahlia Murder, and At the Gates' Slaughter of the Soul, just to start. There are odd bits here and there that show even greater promise, like a breakdown toward the end of the title track that's pure Amon Amarth, and there are some nice production tricks scattered about. Which is fine; those are all very good bands to steal from, if you're gonna steal, and these guys, particularly guitarists Steven Brown and Danny Guy, are skilled players. However, barring some radical compositional or technical breakthrough, it would be extraordinarily difficult for a group like Ignominious Incarceration to break out of the pack, given the limitations of death metal as a genre.

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Genre: Rock

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Like their mouthful of a moniker, England's Ignominious Incarceration deal in technically proficient death metal that's neither for the faint of stamina nor short of patience. A precocious bunch to boot, vocalist Andy Wardle, guitarists Steve Brown and Danny Guy, bassist Chris Ball, and drummer Sam Bailey wasted little time practicing their complicated scales before diving headlong into composing the music that would make up their 2008 EP, Deeds of Days Long Gone. Soon snapped up by Earache Records,...
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