Their sixth album makes it clear once more: "Terrorize Brutalize Sodomize" – a title that requires no further explanation! It’s the ultimate attack that will leave no head in place!
Faster, yet more groove-oriented than ever before, the Swedish institution destroys everything in its way. Resistance is futile!
Drummer Tobias Gustafsson hits the nail on the head: "The album has some of the fastest s**t we've ever done as well as some of the heaviest. The album contains 40 minutes of death f**king metal!"
Tracklist - Terrorize brutalize sodomize
- 1.Eternal trail of corpses
- 2.Scavenging the slaughtered
- 3.Terrorize brutalize sodomize
- 4.The burning black
- 5.Defiled and inferior
- 6.March into oblivion
- 7.Whispers from the dead
- 9.Flesh passion
- 10.Cremation ceremony
EMP Editorial Team (22.03.2007)
Why can't this rabid, Swedish quartet slowly begin to wimp out after five records, like most of the other bands, too? Is it necessary to use riffs that Sodom could have taken for "Persecution mania", as well as dull-crusty uffta-rhythms and this heavy blasting? It seems so - and that is excellent! The vomitted don't even waste an intro: "Eternal trail of corpses" directly starts from zero to hundred in no time. If Vomitory would have a more faded sound and wouldn't they be playing so exact, also their sixth album would sound like one of the early signs of life of the Death Metal from Stockholm. They have a hand for these irresistible grooves that made Nihilist and Carnage, as well as later Entombed and Dismember so essential. Added by a perversely low voice and the obligatory dark melodies plus a cover artwork including the bloody throwing star: compared with modern Death Metal, Vomitory come from the Medievals. Hard to believe that on "Whispers from the dead" they completely stand the slow pace.