Because that's what Analepsy stands for. Brutal death metal, loaded with technical ingenuity, inhuman guttural screams and an almost constantly rolling bass drum. Get ready for something wicked and out of this world. This is Suffocation meets Fear Factory and Carcass meets Disgorge an so on, but mostly it's Analepsy spewing out their guts in a whirlpool of sickening riffs and headbanging at the border between death metal and grindcore.
The album opens with an intro, something that resembles haunting space ambient, as if a huge alien force is heading to this planet in order to completely eradicate it. Then, the Portuguese quintet opens the assault with the massive 'Colossal Human Consumption'. With a perfect variation of sheer speed and slower, punishing passages, Analepsy sounds very convincing and mean as hell. The alien force has now started the war and there's simply no way of stopping them.
'Genetic Mutations' is probably my favorite track on the album, partially caused by some electronic effects which are brilliant. It's also the most varied track on this e.p., even including some heavy metal guitar solos over a massive piece of death metal. There's a lot of slower passages on this e.p. and they are all at least as crushing as the blast beats driven ones. This makes 'Post-Incubation Period' a stunning piece of work, which will undoubtedly leave many audience members in a trance.
In all 'Dehumanization By Supremacy' is a sick piece of slamming death metal, both reaching back to the old days of the genre and joining the ever-evolving nature of it. The technical aspects are simply brilliant and the sheer power is mesmerizing. This is death metal at its finest, which means a lot coming from someone who often finds the genre a bit too obtrusive and unoriginal. None of those with Analepsy though. These guys are talented musicians and their debut is a blast.