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Haemorrhage - Morgue Sweet Home - Morbid Records Print E-mail
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Written by Richard Taylor   
Friday, 02 December 2016
Severed Cinema Music Review of the Haemorrhage Album Morgue Sweet Home from Morbid Records http://severedbloodlines.com/severed-cinema/images/music/haemorrhage/morgue-sweet-home/haemorrhage-band-logo.jpg

Band: Haemorrhage
Album: Morgue Sweet Home
Members: Lugubrious (Vocals), Luisma (Guitars, Vocals), Ana Belen de Lopez (Guitars), Ramon Checa (Bass), Daniel Rojas Lopez (Drums)
Year: 2002
Country: Spain
Runtime: 36min 13sec

Label: Morbid Records
Official Website: facebook.com/HaemorrhageGore

Website Track Listing:
1. Mortuary Riot
2. Oozing Molten Gristle
3. Midnight Mortician
4. Virulent Mass Necropsy
5. Funeral Carnage
6. Obnoxious (Surgeon Of The Dead)
7. Exhuming Impulse
8. Unlock The Morgue
9. Sublime Anatomy Of Revenge
10. Morgue Sweet Home
11. Mangled Surgical Epitaph
12. The Forensic Requiems
13. Dirge For The Sick
14. Intravenous Molestation Of Obstructionist Arteries (O-Pus IV)

These Spanish goregrind masters are still active today spreading their brutal pathological sickness, and with six full length albums, countless splits, demos, comps and EPs, it's easy to see why. Exhumed, from the Carcass-clone scene of goregrind bands, Haemorrhage have managed to break free from the moniker, but that being said, this writer enjoys a healthy dose of Carcass-style gore once in a while. Morgue Sweet Home being Haemorrhage's fourth full length release sees the band taking a more striped down metallic and rough sounding approach, while still maintaining that groove and Symphonies of Sickness intricacies.

There are lots of memorable tracks on Morgue Sweet Home. It's an addictive and well done goregrind o(pus), which requires numerous listens for maximum brain-melting effect. Morgue Sweet Home opens with a blaster of an opening track, with the aptly titled, Mortuary Riot. It comes complete with a grimy and creepy intro, making you feel like you're in a decaying morgue with rusty scalpels and tools laying on tables, cobwebs hanging from the walls, and slabs filled with rotting corpses. Other stand-out tracks for me include Midnight Mortician, which is almost catchy if that's possible, much in the same vein as Virulent Mass Necropsy which had me singing the chorus after I listened. The whole album is a solid listen. I also love Obnoxious (Surgeon of the Dead), and the slowed down, mid-paced Dirge For The Sick.

Haemorrhage play some intense live shows, dressed in full hospital surgeon gowns and splattered in blood, and the gory comic style artwork appearing in some of the bands releases are done by their guitarist Luisma, plus they have a ripping female guitarist Ana Belen de Lopez. The vocals by Lugubrious are this awesome nasal cavity decaying snorts which interchange from mid range high to lower end, and its cool, if you listen closely, in some songs you can even hear his Spanish accent. The band were signed to classic German underground label Morbid Records for years before Relapse Records picked them up for their album Hospital Carnage. Haemorrhage have made a major impact on the goregrind genre. They are a talented bunch, and you can see the progression of each release as they get tighter and more refined. I love the raw sound on Morgue Sweet Home as it's in the middle of their career, so they are gradually getting out of the Carcass worship and into their own wave of goregrind.

 

 

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