Cado Datur Verbs


Not only I am swamped 24/07 doing tons of work for lots of different stuff […]
By Michael Dalakos
August 25, 2005

Not only I am swamped 24/07 doing tons of work for lots of different stuff releases like this one must fall in my hands. Imbrue are probably the last band on the planet with not a site on the internet and if that's not enough the site of their company didn't worked (at least at the period I was doing this review). I checked the promo CD that comes in a B&W sleeve. The promo didn't included the front cover - OK this has happen in the past. BUT, the album was released (according to the promo) on November 2004! So two things: a) either the promo has a misspelling on the release date or b) someone send a two years old promo for review (not a bad thing) but didn't bother after two years at least to print a new sleeve with the front cover. Like it's my obligation to surf the internet for a front cover.
Since no one got bother for sending a good press kit I will not bother doing a lengthy review. Imbrue play C- brutal death metal that is as interesting as watching the water boiling. Lousy production (is my CD player busted or there's something wrong with the sound in this one?) - don't ask about the lyrics, though I don't think they speak about love and friendship. The fact that I have listen this twice really impressed me - I never thought I had the stamina of doing such a thing. Avoid with no hesitation.

1 / 10

Run Away!!!

"Cado Datur Verbs" Track-listing:

Red Blood Colour
Traumatos ek Pronoias
Behind the Flight of Locus
Nothingness is Her Smile
Those Calm Moments Before the Storm
The Pleasure of Pain
Given to the Worms

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