Fleshless / Mastic Scum - split

Posted on Saturday, April 02, 2011

Fleshless start things off with seven tracks of really intense Death Metal, with some Grind elements. They impressed me more for their musical ability and writing memorable songs than for their brutality, but they possess plenty of that, too. Mastic Scum also surprised me by starting their half off with a minute of crushing Death Sludge, but that gave way to an odd combination of Crust and Death Grind, but with more of a Punk influence than I was ready for. Their playing is also great, and the production allows the bass to be heard. They even cover Dead Kennedys (“A Child and His Lawnmower”).

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