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“Decimation” Review + Stream

Bible Thumper’s Decimation is a wallop of a D-beating. The screams radiate from behind a muffled wall, with the savagery butchering its way through nine gut-punching, jaw-cracking and teeth-grinding tracks. Be warned.

The title track rends its way with a mosh pit conjured from the scumiest bowels of hell, maintaining its unholy pace throughout its length, promising only a forbidden taste of the debauchery to come. In “Only HUman,” the vocals roar, scream and claw their way from behind the jagged sound. “Artificial Fulfillment” is a disgusting duet of snarl and snap, supported by frenetic drumming and riffs overdosing on speed. “Spiritual Death” is monstrous, coming with a sledgehammer swinging and be assured, brains do go flying. A personal favorite and certainly among Decimation’s finer offerings. “Spiritual Death” abridges itself like a malignant twin to “By Our Will,” an anthemic helping that will inspire stationary limb throwing no matter the situation.

Label: Human Trafficking

“You’re Going to Hell” is a blender of bare-toothed bass astride an equally fanged riding beat that kicks up a trampling maelstrom. “Guilt” is a cacophony, its wrath hardly tangible yet easily found by its end, which swan dives into towering guitars that rise like a hell fire, akin to sampling your ears to “The Taste of Flesh.” Final track, “Devout,” sprawls itself face down, slithering its way until its cobra hood flares into Decimation’s most rewarding moment. A thunderclap of unapologetic fury and crushing reverb closeout this swift piece in appropriate fashion.

Decimation can be listened to in its entirety at the Bible Thumper’s Bandcamp and purchased here.


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