Label: Semetery Records
Loudblast’s second studio album, Disincarnate, is a classic death metal record that was released in 19911. The album features nine tracks1. The album is a must-listen for fans of the genre. What I find most hilarious is that the title of the album makes me think of none other than the James Murphy band Disincarnate, there are some very distinct and subtle similarities. What I am most impressed about is the leads and guitar work and solos. While nothing groundbreaking or at the level of harmony and technical of Death/Schuldiner it does serve its purpose and does make me want to check out the rest of their discography.
According to a review on Encyclopaedia Metallum, the album “definitely belongs to the best European death metal albums of that time, sadly at the same time it may be one of the most underrated records as well. In my opinion, this album has everything a death metal maniac should love and even more!” 1. The reviewer praises the album’s technical death metal sound, which is both aggressive and brutal, and the diverse material that ranges from blasting parts to slower, crushing stuff. The songwriting is top-notch, and the riffs and arrangements are fantastic. The reviewer also mentions the production from the mighty Morrisound Studios, which is simply fantastic and so well fitting to this sort of death metal 1.
In summary, Disincarnate is a fantastic album that showcases Loudblast’s technical death metal sound at its best. The album is a must-have for fans of the genre and is highly recommended for anyone who loves aggressive, brutal, and nasty death metal.