Because, mangled up or not, this is a sick slab of death metal that might as well mangle you up if you decide to take on this violent album. If not the album, than the fans will, by dragging you into their moshpit whenever this band plays live. Fans of anything between Deicide, Suffocation and Obituary might want to check this out. This blend of old school death metal from both America and Europe, particularly Sweden, is highly immersive and blasts through your speakers with sheer ferocity.
Depressed is an old school band, formed in 1998 in Santo André, Brazil. In 1999 they released a demo and then it took them a long time to record this debut album. On internet I read that they actually split up in 2000 and re-emerged twelve years later, which could obviously explain the lack of releases. Yet, now that they've come up with this wall-of-death provoking piece of metallic extremity, there's no stopping them. The riffs are fierce, the grunts are brutal and the drums are massive, punishing the listener with either sheer speed or with pounding hits.
There really is very little else to say about this album, except maybe for the fact that Depressed often likes to take on a complicated approach to their music. That aspect brings enough variation into the whole to keep it interesting. I would suggest you check this out if you're longing for some really old school death metal because this album goes right back to the beginning of the whole genre.