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With a video that's been banned from MTV on the grounds of its horrific and epilepsy-inducing imagery, the Berzerker's Dissimulate is a truly evil album. The Australian group uses rapid-fire machine-gun beats and industrial grind riffs for a death metal record that is relentless, horrific, and potentially damaging in its assault on the listener. From the initial blast of the first track, "Disregard," to the final cover of Carcass' "Corporal Jigsore Quandary," the Berzerker's sound is layered in noise and the machinery of inhuman grind music. Not for the faint of heart, this unstoppable album redefines the boundaries of heavy metal and makes the perfect addition to the collection of any listener looking for the heaviest sounds imaginable.

Customer Reviews

FAST! Very Fast

This is one of the Bezerker albums with a human drummer, it's my fav as well. Has awsome electronic sounds to go with the fast blast beats

If you live your metal fast and heavy...

then get this! It perhaps has a few too many tracks on and gets a bit much after a while but these guys are good, if you are into that sort of thing.

not bad

not bad ut not really my type of music but descent enough


Formed: 1995 in Melbourne, Australia

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Berzerker unleashes intense, death-grind metal music that thrashes everything in its path with a mix of industrial, noise, and unstoppably heavy riffs. The misanthropic Australian band that prefers to remain shrouded in mystery and beneath mutant masks began as a studio solo project in Melbourne in 1995. In 1998, the Berzerker signed with Earache Records and in 2000 they released their monstrous, self-titled debut. The band's first video, for the track "Reality," was banned by MTV for its horrific...
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