Friday, December 7, 2012

CD Review: Dethcentrik Give Us The "Clean Version" Of Their New Album

From Colorado comes the fairly new industrial metal band Dethcentrik with their 2012 release “I Think You Got The Clean Version.” Their music was described as “black horrormetal” by Terrorizer magazine and they have self-released over half-dozen EPs since 2010.

The music on this album hits you right in the face with chaotic drumming and layers of feedback as in the opening track “Let Us Prey.” Some of the songs can have a more club feel like “Scrapes of the Real,” which features DJ Ribotic controlling the beats. Dethcentrik began to use more control in their music as in “I Want To Kill Them All,” before reverting back to the feedback fueled “A Quick Yet Painful Death.”

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