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Splattered Entrails / Press

“Everything has a very “hopeless” edge to it, as this is the soundtrack we hear as an all-consuming asteroid heads directly for Earth.”

“Back in August of 2011 I wasn’t doing anything special. Just listening to a lot of albums that were released previously to that month, when suddenly I was knocked on my fat ass. Splattered Entrails released “Nauseate” out of no where and gave me a brand of brutal death metal that was minimalistic, yet it was chock-full of great ideas and executed near flawlessly. Mike O’Hara (Malodorous, Cordectomy), a man of many musical talents, is the one brutal soul that put this album together. Everything from the catchy and the technical (but not overly technical) riffing to the deep and drawn out growls give “Nauseate” an incredibly powerful punch. It’s just nothing but ten tracks of head-splitting brutal death metal. Mike is a part of a new breed of instrumentalists that know how to get things done, and I foresee him making many waves in the future, first starting with “Nauseate“.”

“All 13 track are a punch in the face with a spiked covered fist of iron! This album is so brutal and technical it will blow the lisetner away!”

“The perfect blend of death metal to get the point across, human beings are scum and deserve to die. The music sets that tone dead on: it’s a horror film for your ears.”

“It doesn't help that this large angular logo is pretty much black on black, but apparently these guys are so evil that only little shards of gray can enter their world.”