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Album Review

Although the band's name and their album titles tend to suggest that Inhuman is part of the constipated-Muppet school of death metal, this New York quartet, in fact, pledges allegiance to the more metallic side of '80s hardcore: Samhain, Cro-Mags, and Agnostic Front, among others, will come to mind upon hearing Inhuman's fourth album. Singer Michael Scondotto has the hardcore bark down cold, and the three-piece band is amazingly tight, negotiating whiplash key changes and dynamic shifts at impossibly fast tempos without breaking a sweat. The ten originals that make up the bulk of this album are uniformly fine, with the screeching "Brooklyn Bastards" a particular highlight. But the album's closer, an unlisted cover of the Damned's "New Rose" (arguably the first true punk single), performed in a blistering '80s hardcore style, is simply monumental, both a ferocious performance of a classic song and a salute to a band that has never entirely gotten the credit they're due.

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Inhuman burst onto the punk and hardcore scene in New York City in the summer of 1995. Michael Scondotto (vocals), Larry Neiroda (guitar), and Nick Angileri (drums) founded Inhuman and soon added Jay Nakleh (bass). It was a static time for the hardcore movement, and the Brooklyn-based band had trouble building momentum due to personnel changes and the inability to secure deals to release 7" singles. After earning spots on a handful of compilation albums and finally being able to issue some 7" singles,...
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