Pseudogod 'Deathwomb Catechesis' review

'Deathwomb Catechesis'
(Hells Headbangers)

Listening to 'Deathwomb Catechesis' from Russia's Pseudogod it's hard to believe it's the bands debut release. Eight songs of bass,guitars heavy with equally heavy,fast pounding drums combined to make a very noisy,angry style and sound. But don't write the band off as just another death metal band as that would be a mistake. Just when you least expect it the band slows down to more controlled mid-paced death/doom style similar to older Incantation or Cianide, then speeds back up to the darkened,heavy style
Pseudogod is crafting to perfection. The vocals are just as angry and heavy as the music itself,deep growls that add another layer to Pseudogod's already heavy sound. Fans who enjoy straight forward death metal with touches of old-school mixed in should not miss this album.


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