Inopexia
Myocardial Biopsy Had A Lethal Outcome

Ever wonder what Intestinal Disgorge and Last Days of Humanity would sound like mixed together? Yeah. Me neither. But now that I have heard what that would sound like, I can say I’m in love. The band bringing this dose of gore grind brutality is none other than Russian sickos Inopexia.

Myocardial Biopsy Had A Lethal Outcome is their first full-length album after releasing a few splits and an EP. It rages hard and fast; all of the songs are under a minute. The only track that is over a minute long is a hilarious and amusing rendition of Darkthrone’s “The Pagan Winter.” Upon first listen it instantly had me thinking of Grunt’s voracious and un-gay cover of a Cradle of Filth song, “The Forest Whispers You’re Gay.” The music isn’t meant to be taken seriously; it’s meant to be played when going postal on a short bus or bashing hookers’ heads in with ballpeen hammers. Comedic, short and violent; the three magical words that should describe gore grind.

There are hardly any grooves, as this is more LDOH then Intestinal Disgorge, but they do give nods to other notable gore grind bands like Grunt and Gut. They have the obnoxiously loud snare present in all of their songs (LDOH), constant ultra-fast riffs, brutal gurgles and shrieks, and a couple of South Park and Family Guy samples. There are actually only a few samples present on this album, which is weird but thankfully, the ones used are all under a few seconds. The production isn’t weak, although there is some fuzz prevalent and the guitars are of course drowned out by the snare drum. It’s gore grind though, and fans of this genre know what to expect.

A gore grind release to end all gore grind releases this is not, but it’s still a shotgun blast to the noggin. Twenty minutes of gore grind brutality. Definitely get into it.

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Written by Jesse Wolf
June 1st, 2012

Comments

  1. Commented by: Autonymous

    “Theirs hardly any grooves”

    I believe that should say “There are hardly any grooves”.


  2. Commented by: Apollyon

    Thanks for spotting. Fixed.


  3. Commented by: Nick Taxidermy

    That cover reminds me of that one Nine Inch Nails video.


  4. Commented by: FHX

    Fuck! Self-released? Do you heard about Coyote Records from Russia?


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