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GROTESQUE CEREMONIUM "Demonic Inquisition"

https://thirdeyecinema.wordpress.com/

Turkish black-death. Yeah, not something you hear very often. Promo materials namecheck Incantation, and thats definitely a valid touchpoint. Apparently theyd previously released some tape-only material through a Mexican label, and that holds as well: think Castleumbra. As those may suggest, this is detuned but still listenable morbid inclined death metal with nigh-Demilich bowel-level vomit vocals. What you probably wont pick up is that this is apparently another one man band, with a certain Batu Cetin handling all duties. The music doesnt really go anywhere, though Cetin displays a respectable degree of competence on all fronts which you can pick up from all the stop-starts, double bass drumming and switching between Exodus-lite chunka chunka riffing and weird atonal tremelo meanderings on the guitar. That said, its reasonably well recorded and you can hear everything thats going on, whether guitar, drums or vocals, and I appreciated the vocals and the more chugging death metal riffs on display herein.

https://thirdeyecinema.wordpress.com/2016/07/07/august-supplemental-roundup-satanath-records-and-symbol-of-domination-records/


GROTESQUE CEREMONIUM "Demonic Inquisition"

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This one-man band from Turkey is surprisingly good, especially with its powerful, thunderous sound. Something that could be explained by Batu ?etin having many years of experience, as well as two other one-man bands in various adjacent genres. The music is infuriated death metal with enough details to create sufficient friction between the ears, but not enough to stand out in particular. Allow me to be brief. Batu does a great job with instrumentation and demonic cellar-vocals, and even present a concept of inverted inquisition. This time it is the Christians who goes through the mill in the uttermost diabolical torture chamber. Its a rumbling, resounding clamour, and it is devilishly tough. Not ace, perhaps, but more than fine. Only problem is, theres too much close to identical death metal flying around already, and so I do not see the need for Demonic Inquisition. If you are an above average death-monger, I am confident you will revel in Grotesque Ceremonium. Whether you will feel that the album offers anything new is a different matter.

http://gorger.org/english/2016/2016-06eng.htm#Gorger23


GROTESQUE CEREMONIUM "Demonic Inquisition"

http://monarchmagazine.weebly.com/

Original founder of Grotesque Ceremonium is Batu Cetin. He is the only person that has an effect for a final outcome of every production he does in his home studio which is where this album has been recorded. I am not going to give it any advantage just because it is one-man band. Simply because a good music is a first motive that drives me to experience music territories, carelessly where or whom it comes from and how many people are involved in. Artwork and song titles says well know stories of Dark Ages and follows evil and weak acts caused by stupid religious people back then and nowadays. Batu Cetin made this album sounds raw and abyssic. I guess it supposed to catch the vibe of old school sounding death metal albums and it does a bit actually but musically it is just so badly primitive and rusty. It does not show much spirit in the songs and musicianship is just on acceptable level which mostly results in boring and amateur songs. Cover of Incantation does not make any difference to me. I do not dislike this album. It`s decent. I just like when there is a certain amount of discipline and pressure put on performance of old school death metal which bands like Immolation, Lost Soul, Sinister do really best. G.C is rather like none of those but you might like it eventually if you like a dead death metal whore fucked by the whole town and baby bastard is obsolete and demonic.

http://monarchmagazine.weebly.com/grotesque-ceremonium-demonic-inquisition-more-hate-prodssatanath-recs.html


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