Flesh Doll Review

Flesh Doll

Blood Red District

10 Track Album

Great Dane Records

Released 21st June 2015

Fleshdoll Cover

Flesh Doll – Toulouse France

Links:

https://www.facebook.com/fleshdolldeathmetal

Genre: Death Friggin Metal

Biography:

Founded in 2001 that’s an awful lot of death metal to be unleashed on the general public for sure and now the latest offing ‘Blood Red District’

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The amazing Fleshdoll!

2084

Holds some quite complex technical moments and is indeed the heavier end of the scale.  It also boasts small samples of voice as well as some melodic rhythms amid its infested slurry of putridity.

I.A.M (in Articulo Mortis)

Is a caustic tirade of extreme battering’s and low key vocal that is like a stab with a rusty nail.  The braying guitar riffs also hold an uncompromising and unmerciful prowess.

World of Terror

Dark and powerful this rhythm is likely to impale your ears on its spiky groove and drive further into the psyche. The malignancy growing like a vile cancerous lump.

Soundtrack to Extinction

Is a hard edged flank of solid bass hooks and vehement riffs that are ripe and ready to infest the audial in an all-out seething, guided by a monstrous vocal that simply has no limitations!

Blood Red District

Plays havoc with the ears as it tosses its repugnance from one ear to the other and taunts with a never ending amount of vexation and agitation, with some extreme melodic riffs that warrant further investigation.

Blind Winter Light

Is an angular track that has a lot of dark corners and varying traits, one being a stark ambiance that lingers and is rather cold and heartless.

Dogs on Drugs

Shifts back to its comfort zone but still none the less heavy and defined by a rapacious beat and monstrous riffs all washed down with a strong vocal enterprise.

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“Its darker edged passages are forged with a deathly repugnance and bound to appeal with its alluring edginess – superb album!”

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Battle Royale

This track more than scratches the surface it annihilates it! Being a beast with more than two horns! Its rhythms are likely to cast you down where you stand.  Creative and energetic it offers a feast of metal and more besides!

The Cave

Can simply boast about its varying scales of rapture and intrigue as it flies off the handle and engages with a dark vibrant blow to the skull! The intimidation never far away it smacks with a bruising intensity that embellishes the ears.

Maelstrom

The final track is upon us and the band have closed their album with this creeping toxic composition that ambles with heavy laden feet. Spicing it up is a healthy slice of rhythm that is fast and furious with a melodic vein running through its dark core.

Summary:

From start to finish Fleshdoll engage and have produced a defining album of varying consistencies. In an attempt to intimidate they have created a maelstrom of madness that never stops until the album comes to a close.

Each track carries its own addictive qualities and swamps the audial with an expanding pleasure that grows and grows!

Its darker edged passages are forged with a deathly repugnance and bound to appeal with its alluring edginess – superb album!

10/10

Track List:

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I.A.M (in Articulo Mortis)

World of Terror

Soundtrack to Extinction

Blood Red District

Blind Winter Light

Dogs on Drugs

Battle Royale

The Cave

Maelstrom

 

Members:

Bastich – Vocals

Chili – Guitars

Billy – Guitars

Judas – Bass

Michaël Martin – Drums

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