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Neuropsy – ‘Vivisection of the Demented’ EP

Publisher
DyMM P&M
FFO
Deicide, Morbid Angel, Cannibal Corpse, Afterbleeding
Release Date
22/01/2022
Publisher
DyMM P&M
Genre
Death Metal

                The Covid-19 global pandemic put a lot of things on the backfoot, there is actually no getting around that, but what got the ball rolling in 2018 for Neuropsy with their debut album was swiftly kicked back four years and now finally, the Portuguese death metal band are back with their latest EP ‘Vivisection of the Demented’.

                As a band, Neuropsy have obviously spent their youth eating all those excellent death metal records from the late 80’s and early 90’s and with ‘Vivisection…’ this doesn’t half show. The band deliver a decent EP which wears its influences on its sleeve without ever losing sight of their goal and that is to create modern sounding death metal delivered through that old-school lens. Clocking in at just over 20 minutes, these six tracks batter down the doors, getting in and out with as much loot and pillage as they can as tracks such as ‘Mutated Humans’, ‘Breakpoint’ and ‘A Clockwork of Dementia’ bring forth all the power of Morbid Angel, Deicide and even later Cannibal Corpse to the forefront with just enough technical prowess and brutality to intrigue fans of fellow Portuguese band Afterbleeding.

                ‘Vivisection…’ is a death metal EP which does what it says on the tin, there are no frills, no gimmicks and you can’t ask for more than that… well… other than a new studio album because we are more than ready.

"no frills, no gimmicks, just quality death metal"
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