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WTN - ROTTING IN PESTILENCE - RAZORBACK
What are the two things that a princess of Metallian Towers asks for in a metal album? Musicians who can play their instruments and have long flowing hair of course - and not in that order necessarily. Neither of which are present on WTN's RIP ABC XYZ CSIS and KFC. Well, a biography would help as well, although there might have been one and the Metallian failed to pass it along. That is unfortunate because depending on the band photograph or illustration WTN is a quartet, a quintet or even a sextet (one Impetigo guest notwithstanding). More importantly is the band's ability to handle its instruments. Well, WTN is a messy and untight orchestra of cacophony. Although the boys do compensate somewhat by getting vehemently fast which is always good. The band's whole Impetigo-meets-Blood-meets-Autopsy spectacle can reach blindingly fast speeds even though the band itself seems to have a difficult time handling its instruments during these and other moments. RIP is a fun album from the standpoint of a gore and death metal diehard, but is a little short on skill and creativity (and hair). - Sheila Wes Det




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