Deadhole Curse of the Ghoul
By Marcus Pan
Wow, this is pretty shitty music. Recorded
in someones basement, calling themselves necro scum black/death
grind from Augusta, Maine. I weep for Augusta, Maine. They recorded this
using the same type of mini tape recorder I would use to record a meeting or an
interview. Which, as you can guess, is not made for this sort of thing.
Not only that, they recorded it the first or second take.
about as tight as a 70 year old prostitute in a naval
yard, really. But then again, songs like Burn the Churches that is
nothing more than beating on things and growling really doesnt require
much in the way of tightness. Lets look at the players
things, Beast strums his guitar in a masturbatory teenage fury, Creepshow plays
maybe two of the four bass strings he has and Cabeer hits stuff. Every now
and then Cabeer will pull a couple of rhythm changes out of his ass making him
about the most qualified here.
Look at the names, look at the content, look at the horrid
make-up of music and growling excuse for black metal
and what we have here, children, is a bunch of fourteen year olds trying to
have sex with the freaky chicks. They stole a picture of Baphomet, probably
from some Thelema website somewhere, and put it in their CD jacket to be as
totally bad-ass devil-worshipping freaky dude as possible. Thats about
it. The best song here, Death Black and Formless, has what might pass
as, say, Impaled Nazarenes first ever written original song when they
were still kids.
We close out this horrid demo with As Below So Above,
again about as good as it gets, but will completely lose itself when Beast
plays noodly bits and everyone forgets what was going on. The complete and
total rhythm loss is amusing at best.
So thats it
listening to Deadhole is about as fun
as shitting razors. I cant recommend this.
Acid Victim Records
Post: 782 S. Grand Hwy., Clermont, FL, 34711, USA
 I might have spelled this wrong, as the
photocopying method employed by this band is
lets just say
underpar since Im crapping on their music so hard already.
 Again, possibly misspelled I cant read this shit.
We reviewed Impaled Nazarenes live
release, Death Comes in 26 Carefully Selected Pieces, in Legends