Exegutor is a band from Minsk, Belarus, formed in 2009. Throughout the years, they worked hard on their brutal form of grindcore, resulting in a number of releases. 'Embassy Of Hell' shows a well-attuned band of riffmeisters, a drum beast and the angry local growler. It is actually a great grindcore album, loaded with thick guitars and often blistering speed. Yet, there's plenty of variation and elements borrowed from hardcore and both black and death metal.
In fact, there's even a brilliant cover of Venom's 'Black Metal', but let's focus on the self-written songs. These kick ass. From opener 'Smoke Of The Water' to 'Savage Circus' or the deadly 'Karahead', these are massive outburst of extreme metal, perfectly suited to get any extreme party going. The tempo doesn't always have to be ferocious and that's perfectly fine. It adds an old school thrash metal element to the whole which certainly helps keeping this album interesting.
I really dig this album. It shows some highly versatile grindcore, grabbing all the best elements from the extreme genres surrounding them and turning the whole into brutal party music. Not headbanging this will probably be severely punished. Flesh will be torn, blood will be spilled and guts will be devoured. But don't worry, it's all in good fun and with friendly company. So, my friends, put on your slaughterhouse uniforms and join me in another delightful thirty minutes of slashing, mutilation and beer drinking.