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Dechristianize

Vital Remains

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Album Review

Pushing the extremes of death metal and grindcore, Vital Remains unleash some of the most intense musical violence conceivable on the band's fourth album, Dechristianize. Some of the beats on this album are so fast that a hummingbird would have trouble headbanging along; meanwhile, the "cookie monster" vocal style renders the (apparently blasphemous) lyrics completely unrecognizable. The amazingly fluid (and fast, of course) guitar soloing provides the only melodic moments on the disc. In terms of sheer, punishing intensity, Vital Remains delivers by the boatload — but listeners looking for variety and melody will find this album nothing short of exhausting.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Death metallists Vital Remains formed during 1989, and hail from Providence, Rhode Island - influenced by the likes of Venom, Celtic Frost, Bathory, Mercyful Fate, Sodom, and Destruction. Originally comprised of members guitarists Paul Flynn and Tony Lazaro, vocalist Jeff Gruslin, bassist Tom Supkow, and drummer Chris Dupont, the group has been through several line-up changes (as well as record labels) over the years, but it hasn't gotten in their way of issuing albums on a regular basis. A pair...
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