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Parade of the Lifeless
The Anatomy Of People's Bondage (DeadAlive)

By: Jeb Branin

This CD had been out only a short while when the buzz about it reached me from a several different sources. Word was it is a grindcore maelstrom of inconceivable violence and force... and whadda know? It is! Completely over the top velocity fueled by maniacal and unrestrained brutality. You think you've heard fast? This sucker blazes right through your brain at light speed. You think you've heard intense? "The Anatomy Of People's Bondage" is so intense it is likely to give you high blood pressure. You think I am exaggerating? I flat out dare you to buy this CD and not get floored by it. What may be the icing on the cake is that PARADE OF THE LIFELESS had the guts to provide counterpoise to the melange of skull cracking grind with multiple melodic interludes of acoustic calm and improvisational jazz resulting in a complex and divergent sound that is substantially deeper and more elaborate than almost all their peers. PARADE OF THE LIFELESS must be the grindcore blood-brothers of D.E.P.
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