Impurity Album

Fleshcrawl

About Impurity

Impurity is the second studio album by the German death metal band Fleshcrawl. It was their first album to feature guitarist Mike Hanus, brother of founding member Stefan Hanus and last to feature founding bass guitarist Markus Amann, and it is the only Fleshcrawl album thus far that does not bear the "carved-in-flesh" Fleshcrawl logo.[1] This album is different from the preceding Descend into the Absurd in that it is somewhat more melodic and musically organized, thus making it closer to the Swedish subgenre of death metal in relation than their earlier releases, which carry a more generic death metal sound. As is typical of their mid-1990s albums, and of mid-1990s Swedish/Melodic Death metal in general, Impurity is characterized by rapid Bass Drum rolls that alternate with slower, more intense patterns, particularly to counter the mid-to-high tempo guitar riffs. However, the sound of this album is unique among similar bands of the same time in that the drums are toned somewhat higher than usual, resulting in a "tinny" sound not unlike that of many mid-1990s Black metal bands. 


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From the Dead to the Living
  
2
Withering Life
  
3
Reincarnation
  
4
Subordinated
  
5
Disfigured
  
6
After Obiliteration
  
7
Stiffen Souls
  
8
Center of Hate
  
9
Inevitable End
  
10
Incineration
  

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