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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Humanity Falls - Ordaining The Apocalypse

Full-length, The Path Less Travelled
November 23rd, 2010

1. No Room for Ingenuity
2. Prolonging the Inevitable
3. To Have or to Be?
4. The False Enmity
5. Denounced Manifestation
6. At the Temple of Everlasting Condemnation
7. Ordaining the Apocalypse
8. Immoral Abhorrence
9. Of Divine Nature
10. Pattern Blue (Discordance Axis cover) [bonus track]

Origin: New York, US
Genre: Experimental Death Metal/Grindcore
Website: www.myspace.com/humanityfallsband

review from Illusions Webzine:
"'Ordaining the Apocalypse' by New York's experimental death metal slash grindcore band Humanity Falls is definitely an interesting review for me that's for sure. That isn't meant in a bad way at all just to be clear. Experimental death metal slash grindcore pretty much sums it all up in a nut shell too. You will be able to tell this right off the bat with their opening track "No Room for Ingenuity". Total insanity and chaos runs rampant. Controlled chaos? Controlled insanity? Possibly. One thing is for sure though and that is that drummer Ed Bednarek and guitarist Ammo Diaz both go nuts. Supersonic, bordering human, grinding drum work by Bednarek not only throughout this opening track but throughout the whole album. Throw in some extremely fast drum fills and some jazzy beats to that mix while you're at it. Ammo's guitar work is flat out nuts. Eerie sounding chords and chord progressions, finger tap and slides, pick slides, brutal deathgrind riffs, pretty much anything you can think of as long as it involves his fingers to take up every inch of the fretboard. And let's not forget about Eston Browne's (Animals Killing People) vocals. Eston has some pretty sick gutturals sounding like they're coming from the pits of Hell for the most part. However, he will also stab you in the back of the neck with some blood curdling demented screams with vocal patterns that go very well with the craziness going on around him. That craziness does, however, take a break in the form of their seventh track "At the Temple of Everlasting Condemnation" which is a clean electric guitar instrumental. This track has some odd stuff in it and almost acts as one of those relaxation tapes with the various sounds and effects which lasts for three minutes and forty one seconds. Just when you are about to drift off to sleepyville though, track eight and title track "Ordaining the Apocalypse" starts off in somewhat the same way as the instrumental. Kind of quiet and mellow for a couple seconds and the BAM! A swift kick in the nuts to wake you back up to the insanity. The production of this release is somewhat raw but it works well. I think I would've liked to have heard Eston's vocals a little bit more though. If you like a couple cups of chaose with your cereal in the morning I suggest checking these guys out. I personally would love to see their live set in person. I bet it's a blast."

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

just can´t understand why this is rated so high.
really badly produced stuff, nothing is recognizable at all