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SILENCER - DEATH - PIERCE ME - AUTOPSY KITCHEN  
Death - Pierce Me is a six-year old release re-issued by Autopsy Kitchen as it prepares for the appearance of new music by the man behind the Swedish outfit. Back to the present (or the year 2000 that is) the music on the disc s completely primitive, primal and psychotic. It is the stuff of dreams for the kind of black metal scene experts who reckon Darkthrone has sold out and whored itself to commercialism. Silencer - whose logo tries hard to convince one it is actually 'Siletter' - fares better in the vocal department. Whereas the harmonic sounds of the guitar and the non-consequential washed out drums form a backdrop to the man’s gory image, the vocals take the cake coming across as a mix of Macabre and Gollum. Now imagine that. Shrieks, howls and bizarre just begins to describe the sounds emanating from the man’s throat and are, in fact, the perfect company to the man’s mug shots soaked in blood wearing a cloven hoof. Death - Pierce Me earns forty Metallian points not for its music or songs, but for the sheer audacity to do what it does without giving a hoot for convention. Don’t say you weren’t warned. - Anna Tergel




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