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This is the bands 2001 debut reissued on CD. As is the case with many grind-type releases, you get plenty of short songs here, 14 to be exact, featuring loads of crunchy grooves, cookie-monster growls, and even a slight industrial element at times. Not as out and out technical as other bands who travel this similar path, Human Consumes Human at times will remind you, from a musical standpoint anyway, of 90's Sepultura, as there's a big fat bottom end happening here, groovy as all hell, and the arrangements tend to be on the melodic side.
This is the bands 2001 debut reissued on CD. As is the case with many grind-type releases, you get plenty of short songs here, 14 to be exact, featuring loads of crunchy grooves, cookie-monster growls, and even a slight industrial element at times. Not as out and out technical as other bands who travel this similar path, Human Consumes Human at times will remind you, from a musical standpoint anyway, of 90's Sepultura, as there's a big fat bottom end happening here, groovy as all hell, and the arrangements tend to be on the melodic side.
5055544229849

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Format: CD
Label: Globalrock
Rel. Date: 03/04/2022
UPC: 5055544229849

Human Consumes Human
Artist: Homo Iratus
Format: CD
New: Available $12.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Life-Like Violence
2. Dead Upon Conception
3. Project New World
4. Absence Of Progress
5. Homo Sapiens?
6. Crawling Principles
7. Hideousness Show
8. False Criteria
9. Sonus In Terrorem
10. Human Parts Inc.
11. King Of Logic
12. Slavery / Freedom
13. Tomahawk Cruise Messiah
14. S.H.I.T.

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This is the bands 2001 debut reissued on CD. As is the case with many grind-type releases, you get plenty of short songs here, 14 to be exact, featuring loads of crunchy grooves, cookie-monster growls, and even a slight industrial element at times. Not as out and out technical as other bands who travel this similar path, Human Consumes Human at times will remind you, from a musical standpoint anyway, of 90's Sepultura, as there's a big fat bottom end happening here, groovy as all hell, and the arrangements tend to be on the melodic side.
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