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Brutality – Ruins of Humans

June 6, 2013 –

brutality-ruins_of_humansClassic Tampa, Florida death metal band Brutality released a new two-song EP entitled Ruins of Humans which continues the style in which a melodic Morbid Angel meets Monstrosity that defined their debut album Screams of Anguish.

The vocals are still the crushing yet discernible Glen Benton meets Karl Willetts style as always, belting out apocalyptic views of human error. They didn’t recreate the wheel, and this won’t start a revolution, but it is still high quality material very much in the vein of their early Nuclear Blast releases, and is a step up from their forgettable swan song In Mourning and the confused 2003 demo.

There is a lot of potential in this as they have still retained their characteristic long flowing melodies that are akin to early At the Gates and blistering blast beat passages, and isn’t misdirected like the recent Convulse and Purtenance reunions. Hopefully a new album from these veterans as well as the upcoming return to form Demigod material will deliver the goods.

Brutality 3CD box

December 24, 2011 –

“Brutality – The Demos”

Florida death metal legends BRUTALITY returns with a beautiful collection of all their demos, unreleased material and bonus DVD! One of the pioneers of Tampa death metal scene, Brutality signed to Nuclear Blast and over the course of its career released three full length of pure and uncontaminated death metal that gained them worldwide fame.

Area Death Productions (ADP) has now released a collection box of 3 CDs including the monster-rare ABOMINATION demo (the first incarnation of the band, and one of those demos always mentioned by everybody but never heard by anyone), some DARKNESS demo recordings (the name under which the band called itself shortly, for the first time unearthed and delivered to the public), all of the official demos from BRUTALITY, their 2003 unreleased demo, and some rare outtakes, rehearsals and unreleased songs. All enriched by a DVD featuring footage from 1991 to 1996, musically the apex of the band’s career, and A2 size poster.

http://adp.areadeath.net/