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LYMPHATIC PHLEGM (Bra): "Bloodsplattered Pathological Disfunctions" Cd 2000 Putrid Nausea

Review by: Necrogoregrinder | 01/01/2000


Running Time: 23:32


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LYMPHATIC PHLEGM is really terrifying... stylistically much similar to DISGORGE in song titles and cover artwork and stuff, but their music is somewhat different, much closer to noise/gore/grind, sort of heavier version of LAST DAYS OF HUMANITY or REGURITATE of which they also do a cover), backboned by ultrafast drum machine and ultra-harmonized vocals. The vocals actually stand out pretty much, as they're recorded far higher than the rest,m but I think that's ok, the impossibly downtuned guitars assume a sort of hypnotic effect on me, with this constant chilling buzzing, same effect I have from heavy electronics. Actually this is the effect given by a music that's all but human, the vocals bear no resemblance to human grunts, and the drum machine add this synthetic touch. I gernerally like that stuff and LYMPHATIC PHLEGM is no exception. Frightening GoreGrind of the most heavy, extreme sort. Gargantuan sound, bloodboiling surgical butchery, a release that oozes blood...


Tracks (17): 1 - Intro- The Pathology Begins... 2 - Prostatic Affection Consequent to Blenorrhagical Urethritis 3 - Congenital Tumour Constituted by Embryonic Tissues and Foetal Residues 4 - Emphysema Cadaverosum (Fermented Cadaveric Dissolution) 5 - Suppurated Inflamatory Intumescentia of the Ophtalmic Conjunctive 6 - C.H.S.-Chronic Hyperglicemy Syndrome (Diabetes Melittus) 7 - Vulva Fermentation (Regurgitate) 8 - Degenerative Affection of the Semitendious Muscular Tract 9 - Surgical Suppression of the Extremities by Abnormalities on the Basic Mechanisms of Sanguine Coagul 10 - Inflamatory Fermentation of the Castric Tissue 11 - Pneumo-Engurgigation Consequent to the Embolism of a Peripherial Branch of the Pulmonary Arteries 12 - Mephitic Emanation of Malignant Omphalitis 13 - Abnormal Multiplication of the Diaphragmatic Tissue Cells 14 - Spontaneous and Spasmodic Contraction of the Muscle Membranous Ligaments of the Esophagus 15 - Affection Characterized by Inflammation of the Bronquioles and Corresponding Pulmonary Lobules 16 - Infectious Pyelonephritis by Pathogenic Bacteriologie Proliferation on the Renal Parenchyma 17 - Sub-Acute Inguinal Lymphogranulomatous Ganglionar Maceration