And so is the rest of the music on this six-track e.p. With grinding guitars and, for the majority, brutal blast beats Hatevömit created something twisted and utterly chaotic, which isn't a bad thing in the world of extreme metal. Opener 'Necröpervertör' for example, sounds like a perfect live track, complete with a little bit of audience participation. Closing my eyes, I can see them, their horned fists raised in the air and their throats sore from screaming along while the fierce snare hammers on their eardrums.
From there on the e.p. continues in this destructive fashion, borrowing heavily from the old school black and death metal waves. Influences from bands like Bathory, Sarcophago and Mayhem are never far away. This is primitive metallic chaos at it's most intense which also isn't necessarily a bad thing. It makes a song like 'Malignance Of Torturer' a pretty wicked song, blending both genres perfectly.
What strikes me most on this album, is the sound of the guitars. Somehow they constantly remind me of chainsaws being swung around in a murderous frenzy. I quite like this sound. It's different from the ones on most black metal albums and cut deeper for some reason. I guess that's what chainsaws do. The best example, and actually best use, for this sound is the crushing 'Inhuman Lust'. While it's slower than the other songs, it has this torturous atmosphere. If songs could rip people apart, this one could wreak havoc everywhere.
If you're a fan of extreme metal and not weary of some clichés, you might want to check this thing out. Music, vocals, production quality and artwork, they all reach back to the old days where the line between death and black was still very thin, if it already existed in the first place. There is some evil stuff going on in the Turkish underground and I'm afraid there's no way in stopping it...