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Album Review

The current lineup of Exhumed contains only guitarist Matt Harvey from the original quartet, and this configuration has cut only one record together: the all-covers collection Garbage Daze Re-Regurgitated, which is, admittedly, not the best way to judge the abilities of a grind-and-gore core outfit like Exhumed. That said, they have been road warriors for the last six years both on U.S. And European shores, and as a result, they've learned to play together — in a live setting at least — nearly symbiotically. Harvey, fellow guitarist Wes Caley, drummer Leon del Muerto, and bassist Danny Walker have, on All Guts, No Glory, cut a set that while not returning to the band's gore-grind demo era of yore, is a more stripped-to-the-bone and go-straight-for-the-entrails outing than 2003's Anatomy Is Destiny was. A solid comparison in terms of the genre would be something akin to Slayer's Reign in Blood, in terms of pure attack and throttle abandon. The music here isn't as knotty or complex compared to other bands who play like-minded fare, which doesn't mean it doesn't posses its share of insane riffing, off-the-rails guitar soloing, or almost superhuman drum speedery: check "I Rot Within" and the syncopated craziness of "Funereality." There is the back and forth riffing in "Through Cadaver Eyes" that takes a brief but meaty riff and spins it out into an aural assault weapon. "Death Knell" is straight-ahead grindcore metal played at a blistering pace. Ultimately, All Guts, No Glory proves that there is plenty of life left in Exhumed, with the album signaling a new era.

Customer Reviews

Exhumed is back.

This is pretty simple, honestly. Anatomy Is Destiny was Exhumed's best record. Now, this is Exhumed's best record. Tighter, better written, more melodic and more blast beats than their other offerings, this is easily Exhumed's best release. All the kids who go ga-ga over bands like Job For A Cowboy and Oceano need to recognize bands like Exhumed, Cattle Decapitation and Dying Fetus are the reason your favorite band is a band. PEEP this.


Great comeback album!!!! I saw them 3x on the tour for this so far and by no means are they disappointing. Buy this album if you are a true brutal metal fan!!!


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

San Francisco's Exhumed play gore-obsessed death metal with a tongue-in-cheek flair and an overall musical approach often reminiscent of Carcass, a band that they have frequently acknowledged as a primary influence. They have endured constant lineup changes to become, if not a highly original act, at least one of the better representatives of their doomed-to-obscurity subgenre. The band formed in 1991 with a lineup consisting of Matt Harvey (guitar, vocals), Col Jones (drums), Derrel Houdashelt (guitar),...
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