Forged with a Teutonic heart and the spirit of Nordic death metal; Endseeker have been providing top-shelf quality old-school death metal for the last seven years and now this year has the German band returning for their third studio album ‘Mount Carcass’.
As the listener may expect, there are no changes here; Endseeker batten down the hatches, crack out the double bass drums, rev up those chainsaw guitars and guttural vocals to deliver another album of excellent death metal. ‘Mount Carcass’ drives hard with a nostalgic sound that harkens back to the glory days of the early 90’s; yet, this album never loses sight of the modern touch and delivers a real modern sounding album with that beautiful nostalgic twist which has the potential to bring down the house. All this means that tracks such as ‘Moribund’, ‘Cult’ and ‘Merciless Tide’ wouldn’t be out of place in 1993 having all the hallmarks of Carcass, Bloodbath and early Entombed, but most of all, any fan of Dismember will be harder than diamond at the sound here bringing back memories from the first time they heard ‘Massive Killing Capacity’.
There are some phenomenal sounds here with this new Endseeker album and whilst none of it hasn’t been heard before; this is a band going from strength to strength and if you’re bummed out that LG Petrov is no longer with us and Dismember and Carcass taking an age to release a new album, then look no further than ‘Mount Carcass’.
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