Review: Abominable Putridity - The Anomalies of...More Like This
Abominable Putridity, just the name sends a chill down any well-learned metal fanatics spine. This Russian brutal death metal band formed in 2003 and underwent a series of line-up changes before releasing their debut album, In the End of Human Existence, in 2007. The album itself was a fine example of what not to do when making a brutal record, and most who come across it scorn it... though rarely do some come out of the wood work and give it praise. Now, five years later the band have returned with their second full-length effort, The Anomalies of Artificial Origin, featuring new vocalist Matti Way. Have Abominable Putridity found a way to redeem themselves?
"Remnants of the Tortured" opens with a minute long cinema-style mood-setting introduction before the brutality takes over. Looking at the album cover, the ambiance perfectly depicts the strange behemoth emerging from its glass confinement, monstrous growls and howls are heard before a series of explosions go off, pe