The Incomplete Man

An Album By

Dehumanizer

Review by

Peruvian death metal band Dehumanizer was formed in 2003 by guitarist Cesar Gutierrez, so they’ve taken a decade to stabilize their lineup and refine their sound for their debut, The Incomplete Man.

All that time has brought out a rich, full sound that makes this album sound more like a mature band than one putting out its first release. Dehumanizer presents old school death metal, devoid of any “core” trappings, delivered in technical and progressive fashions, along with a healthy dose of thrash and some symphonic female vocals on a couple tunes to further spice things up.

Highly recommended for you extreme metalheads.

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