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Beneath the Folds of Flesh

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Album Review

Those with a taste for the heavier end of the musical spectrum have much to rejoice, as Insision's full-length debut is a relentless collection of the most deadly death metal ever captured on record. Akin to the likes of Cannibal Corpse and Morbid Angel, these Swedish men have quite surprisingly avoided the stereotypical "Scandinavian metal" album, leaving the trademark symphonic guitars behind for a more brutal thrash approach. Beneath the Folds of Flesh leaves the listener battered and bruised, viciously mauling your ears with song after song of razor-edged intensity. "Sado God," "Rewind Into Chaos," and "Impamizz Graa" never release their grip from your throat, savagely choking you with remarkable force until your skin is cold. Lyrically, Insision avoids the clichéd death metal style of blood and guts, and instead takes time to tell outlandish tales of the days of yore, though few may be capable of distinguishing the demonic growls of Carl Birath. Insision ranks as one of the hottest new faces on the death metal scene and, with Beneath the Folds of Flesh, the band has made quite an initial impact that will only get better as time goes by. ~ Jason D. Taylor, Rovi

Biography

Formed: 1997 in Stockholm, Sweden

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A Swedish black metal band with a decidedly non-Swedish sound, Insision follows in the tradition of trailblazing American death metal bands like Suffocation and Morbid Angel. The band formed in 1997 from the remnants of underground metal bands Embalmer and Ildoor. A year later Insision released a demo, Meant to Suffer, and in turn signed with Heathendoom. The band then entered Necromorbus Studio in early 1999 to record its debut album, The Dead Live On. That same year former Azatoth vocalist Carl...
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