Tuesday, June 10, 2014

CD REVIEW: Twitch of the Death Nerve (UK) - A New Code of Morality, by Andrew Sick of Sick Reviews

Twitch of The Death Nerve - A New Code of Morality (Comatose Music)

After their legendary f***ing split in 2005, Twitch of the Death Nerve are finally back after 9 years of absence and a f***ing long wait for the fans with their debut full length CD called "
A New Code of Morality"! Formed in 2004, Twitch of the Death Nerve is the UK side project of members from Infected Disarray / Beef Conspiracy an
d continue to perform a damn excellent Brutal Death F***ing Metal keeping their slamming touch by incorporating a technical side and a progressive finish which gives them their own f***ing identity and musical atmosphere! The line up of "A New Code of Morality" is Tom Bradfield on Guitars/Vocals, Tom Carter on Bass, Lille Gruber (Defeated Sanity) on Drums and the trio gives us a record of f***ing high quality with all the necessary elements to make a f***ing great release! Inspired, creative and f***ing amazing are the riffs played by the both Tom with a bunch of great and various riffs but several may seem very boring and useless, the vocals is good and very various and we can find a lack of brutality but still greatly performed by Tom B. and finally, Lille Gruber is still f***ing perfect with a drums f***ing greatly executed and diversified at all shitty levels! The production of this album is f***ing flawless, mixing is well done and the sound is f***ing killer but just maybe a flat on the fact to miss a little bit of nasty and dirty shits but still sounding like a f***ing ton of bricks with a f***ing perfect instruments sound especially for the drums which is totally f***ing enjoyable! "A New Code of Morality" contains 11 songs (one instrumental) and lasts about 39 f***ing minutes and I think all the songs are f***ing excellent but some can miss a lot of good riffs but at the same f***ing time containing some awesome! Despite its weak sides, Twitch of the Death Nerve deliver a f***ing quality piece of f***ing shit completely f***ing inventive and enjoyable, a necessary album for all f***ing sickos! F***ing Excellent Creative Shit! 8/10. [This review was first published by Andrew Sick of Sick Reviews and is used here with his kind permission]

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