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Made of Flesh by Fleshcrawl

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About Made of Flesh

Made of Flesh is the seventh studio album by the German death metal band Fleshcrawl. It is considered the sequel to Soulskinner[1], and is the first of their albums to feature their current guitarist Oliver Grbavac, who joined the band to replace founding member Stefan Hanus and the last to feature bass guitarist Tobias Schick.[2] Being widely considered a de facto sequel to Soulskinner, the two albums share a highly similar sound, which is general of Fleshcrawl's work since the late 1990s. Both albums feature prominent Swedish death metal-style guitar work, composed of eminently rhythmic riffing and short, moderately technical guitar solos, not unlike many contemporary bands of the melodic death metal genre, particularly Dismember, Grave, and to an extent, Arch Enemy. As is typical of Fleshcrawl's latest work, the melodic guitar rhythms are complemented with a familiar drum sound, consisting of blast beats incorporated into highly embossed, yet not obtrusive, rapid double-Bass drum-rolls, with semi-guttural death growls reminiscent of such Florida-based death metal bands as Cannibal Corpse, Six Feet Under, and Suffocation.[3] Lyrical themes of this album remain consistent with those of previous Fleshcrawl Albums, and of death metal in general. Subjects cover gory themes and concepts of evil, including doomsday/the apocalypse (Beneath a Dying Sun; Damned in Fire), demons/demonic possession (Flesh Bloody Flesh; Demons of the Dead), damnation (Forged in Blood), and necrophagy (Carnal Devourment), among others. The Japanese release included a cover of 'Rockin' is my Business,' by The Four Horsemen, a late 80s Metal band from California; this song is dissimilar to every other song on the album, in that it doesn't cover general death metal lyrical themes of death, gore, violence, etc., but rather is about both the glory and tribulations of the Music Industry.


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