Undeath – It's Time...To Rise From The Grave - 2022 Death Metal - Ltd. Blood & Bone Ed. Purple With White Splatter Vinyl - Sealed LP

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Undeath - It's Time...To Rise From The Grave 
Label: Prosthetic Records – PROS105071
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Purple Translucent With White Splatter, Blood & Bone Edition
Blood & Bone - Translucent Purple w/ White Splatter
Barcode (Text): 6 56191 05071 5
Country: US
Released: Apr 22, 2022
Genre: Rock
Style: Death Metal
A1 Fiend For Corpses 
A2 Defiled Again     
A3 Rise From The Grave     
A4 Necrobionics      
A5 Enhancing The Dead      
B1 The Funeral Within      
B2 Head Splattered In Seven Ways 
B3 Human Chandelier  
B4 Bone Wrought      
B5 Trampled Headstones     
"The second album from this young crew of old-school death metal diehards, It’s Time… To Rise From the Grave is so swept up in necromania it’s sometimes hard to tell exactly who is in peril or already perished: you, them, or everyone in the world who isn’t enlisted in the militia of undead bionic mercenaries they amass during an uproarious mid-record tandem. Chandeliers of bone and feasts of flesh, zombie uprisings and pillaged cemeteries: Rise From the Grave is an ecstatic celebration of the fetid and the dead, an extraordinary rendering of the ordinary place where we all eventually arrive. Undeath have so much fun with their necrotic obsessions it’s hard not to listen and be grateful you’re not there yet.
“Head Splattered in Seven Ways,” to wit, details an absurdist armed standoff between two dudes. All the death-metal hallmarks are present—vocals so violent you can practically hear the larynx rip, massive riffs that crash down in waves, cymbals that dance over tides of blast beats. As Jones demands answers from his victim, he repeats, “Tell me the truth,” the band making space for a refrain so barbed you may hum along the second time he coughs it up, even if this is the only death metal song you’ve ever heard.
Or there’s “Necrobionics,” the first of those two tunes about the mounting zombie army. The band is as agile as it is aggressive, with righteous guitarists Jared Welch and Kyle Beam stuffing a symphony of melodrama into their compact riffs. Jones perches above it all like some pop-star gargoyle, squealing “Piles of death/Corpses en masse.” He sells this ludicrous hook by treating each syllable like the opposite side of a melodic seesaw, a trick he might have learned from Rihanna’s “Umbrella” or any number of arena-sized anthems. Either way, it sticks, and it’s possible to imagine audiences not clad only in black shouting it back at Undeath." (Pitchfork)
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Condition New
Format LP
Color Purple