Mick Montaguti – Voice
Vellacifer – Drums
Mat Lehmann – Bass
Neil Grotti – Guitar
Alessio terzi – Guitar
1. Psychonolatry (The Icons of God and the Mirror of the Souls)
2. Hallucinatory Breed
5. Of Blood and Flesh
6. Misanthropic Carnage
7. Malum Intra Nos Est (Seneca I century AD)
8. Divine Retribution
9. Organic Desease of the Sensory Organs
11. Premature Burial (rerecorded)
Formed in 1990 by singer/guitarist Mick Montaguti, Electrocution went through a few changes before settling on a stable line-up. They released their last album back in 2014 and have just put eleven tracks on their newest release.
Sigh… another review, another band that would be fantastic with an instrumental album or with a clean singing vocalist. Death metal, you either love it or not… not is the feeling that I have for this stuff. Every album sounds exactly the same, cookie monster vocals, ridiculous lyrics about gore and death… blah! The band does have chops and the songs are tight and blistering, just those vocals. Oh, and they have another thing I can’t stand, the way that a lot of drums are recorded nowadays, that awful tappity-tap sound that just deadens the depth of the tracks.
If you love death metal, grab it, but if not, steer clear.