Sunday, March 14, 2010
Hailing from Chicago, CorpseVomit's 1996 release Bastards Of Foreverfilth (a CD pressing of their second demo) is a solid excursion in pre-deathcore basement metal. Gurgles and growls accompany standard post-thrash chugga-chugging; while nothing incredibly original today it was definitely on the cusp in the mid-90's. Unfortunately (as with most Wild Rags releases), the production quality isn't stellar but for a demo whaddya expect? Interestingly, I discovered that while CorpseVomit officially broke up in 2002, the members went on to form a Slayer cover band called Hell Awaits in 2009. No shit.