Monday, August 31, 2020


Since Colombian Brutal Death Metal band Internal Suffering’s debut album has just been reissued, today’s review will be about it.
This band, and especially this album, are the clearest example of Brutal Death Metal at its late 90’s peak. With completely incomprehensible pig growls, caveman drums, harmonic packed guitar and low and technical bass guitars, this debut album has all the possible brutality of the genre packed into 10 poorly recorded songs.
With the reissue, there are also included the 4 songs of their 2000 promo tape, which are in my opinion much more aggressive and overall good, taking the genre to its extreme and treading upon the domains of Grind Death every now and then. It is good to have both pieces in a single reissue, which makes this hidden gem much more accessible.
If you’re in the mood for primitive metal at its peak brutality, check out this album, you won’t regret it. It is a great Brutal Death Metal album hidden in the shadow of bands from other countries who have it easier to get famous, but that doesn’t mean that this band is worse, in fact it’s just as good.

 Review by Varg The Mighy

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