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Sickening Bliss

Regurgitate

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Album Review

As evidenced by Regurgitate's name and the cover of their 2006 release, Sickening Bliss, these lads from Sweden are the musical equivalent of the goriest of gross-out horror films. Extreme metal (and we're talking extremely extreme) is the name of the game here — vocals that go beyond the expected death metal growl, and wind up in gurgled territory. Musically, the group impress with their highly technical noise blasts. With 26 tracks in all, Sickening Bliss is one heck of a horror metal roller coaster ride, and such tracks as "Violent Necrophiliac Climax," "Battered with a Brick," and "Deterioration of Grated Genitals" are certain to top the hit singles charts any day now.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Swedish grindcore extremists Regurgitate were formed in 1990 by vocalist Rikard Jansson and Crematory drummer Mats, who promptly set about recording their first demo in the spirit of early Napalm Death - by cramming eleven ‘songs' into approximately two minutes! 1992 saw them teaming up with Germany's Vaginal Massaker for a split 7" E.P. they called Poserslaughter, and they repeated the dose a year later with various friends, including Japan's Grudge and Germany's Dead — the latter featuring...
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