Humanity Delete features old school death metal growler Rogga Johansson from Paganizer and Ribspreader and the music found here , is similar in brutality to Paganizer and Ribspreader, but has more of a doom/death metal sound to it and it also comes with an occasional rapid snare and double bass chaos that’s sure to shake you violently. Rogga has also focused on a heavier and darker sound, more in common with early Grave, Unleashed and Unanimated with Humanity Delete. The melodic riffs along with the solid as steel rhythms, and growls-makes this eight-track album feel like a real punch in the face. Just check out the bestial drumming on the sickeningly twisted and morbid number “The Hatchet Cleaves The Nig”, and you’ll feel that death is so close. Rogga’s vocals, rhythm and lead guitar performances are as tight as ever. This time we have a Joe Petagno artwork showing the lord of the underworld sticking out his two middle fingers at you. Humanity Delete is a small and rotten masterpiece and it brings back the good old memories of when death metal was just death metal, and nothing more or nothing less.
1. Barbarian Axe
2. The Rotting and the Spoil
3. Into the Maze of the Minotaur
4. Creeping of the Shoggoth
5. The Hatchet Cleaves the Night
7. The Burning Lands
8. Flesh Panzer