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Corrupted : Dios Injusto

More Spanish band reviews? Well, yes, 'Dios Injusto' is Spanish for "unjust god" so this is obviously yet another Corrupted release with lyrics entirely in Spanish. Rumour has it that the band has a Spanish vocalist, hence all the Spanish lyrics. Others claim that his Spanish is too bad to be coming from a native speaker. In either case, sludge and Spanish seem to marry up very well together, and I guess that's what matters at the end of the day.

Although the music isn't as slow as in 'Paso Inferior', the sound is quite alike. A major element of noise has also been added to the crushing riffage. Without a doubt this is as filthy and raw as one could possibly get. Another similarity is the fact that both releases consist of only one track, which seems to be quite typical for Corrupted. And no doubt they do make better music when they increase the length of the tracks. I have no idea why, but it seems to be the case 9 out of 10 times.

Other than that there isn't really much to say. Everyone who has heard the doom/sludge epic 'Paso Inferior' should know what to expect. And everyone who likes it should definitely enjoy this release too.

Reviewer's rating: Unrated


Tracklist :
1. Dios Injusto (Part 1)
2. Dios Injusto (Part 2)

Duration : Approx. 11 minutes

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Reviewed on 09-02-2006 by Arnstein Petersen
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