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EXPLOITING DYSFUNCTION

Cephalic Carnage

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3.24 | 5 ratings | 3 reviews | 20% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. "Hybrid" 4:17
2. "Driven to Insanity" 1:06
3. "Rehab" 5:49
4. "Observer to the Obliteration of Planet Earth" 3:11
5. "On Six" 0:06
6. "Gracias" 5:02
7. "Cryptosporidium" 4:26
8. "The Ballad of Moon" 1:49
9. "9' of Smoke" 0:10
10. "Warm Hand on a Cold Night (A Tale of Onesomes)" 3:12
11. "Invertus Indica (The Marijuana Convictions)" 4:43
12. "Molestandos Plantas Muertos!" 1:10
13. "Eradicate Authority" 5:51
14. "Paralyzed by Fear" 1:38
15. "Exploiting Dysfunction" 15:25

Total Time- 58:03

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Line-up / Musicians

Lenzig - vocals
Nicklesac Zac - guitar
Johon Guanj - drums
Steve Sativa - guitar
Jawsh Bongathon - bass

Releases information

Released on Relapse Records in 2000

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3.24
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Review by UMUR
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3 stars "Exploiting Dysfunction" is the 2nd full-length studio album by US experimental grindcore/ death metal act Cephalic Carnage. The album was released in April 2000 by Relapse Records. The display will tell you that the album contains 66 tracks but most are silent second long tracks and there are in reality "only" 15 tracks on the album 57:55 minute long album.

The music on the album is rooted in grindcore but there are also a large portion of death metal/ deathcore elements on the album. It´s all delivered with twisted riffs, odd experimental ideas and schizophrenic sounding extreme metal vocal styles. There are both juicy deep growls, higher pitched aggressive type vocals and just about everything in between. The band are very skilled and succeed in making all their crazy ideas work pretty well. The production could have been slightly better, but it´s still pretty good. "Exploiting Dysfunction" features both shorter grindcore outbursts and longer more experimental tracks. The longest and most experimental/ progressive track on the album is the closing 15:25 minute long title track. While the track ends with about 7 minutes of feedback and noisy experimentation, the first 7 to 8 minutes of the song really display the diversity of Cephalic Carnage´s music and their adventurous approach to songwriting. That´s also apparent in the shorter tracks though.

"Exploiting Dysfunction" is probably not the kind of album that pleases more traditional grindcore fans or death metal fans for that matter, but if you enjoy weird experiements, crazy technical playing and a generally adventurous approach to writing extreme metal, "Exploiting Dysfunction" might turn out to be your poison. Personally my patience is tested more than once during the playing time, yet it´s impossible for me not to awknowledge the intense passion in the delivery and the adventurous approach to songwriting and my rating ends up being 3.5 stars.

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4 stars This is a masterpiece of the grindcore/splatter genre. I'm not into other Cephalic Carnage albums, because for real, I think is boring. Exploiting Dysfunction carries a sick aura. It's a noisy album, and it explores black humor and stuff. It sounds like the oldschool Carcass was influenced b ... (read more)

Report this review (#957240) | Posted by VOTOMS | Friday, May 10, 2013 | Review Permanlink

3 stars Many years ago, I was told that Cephalic Carnage was the heaviest band on mother earth. It has taken me until this week to get hold of this album though. Call me "slow on the uptake". Cephalic Carnage does grindcore.... but not straight forward grindcore like Napalm Death, Rot and Nasum. Ce ... (read more)

Report this review (#248057) | Posted by toroddfuglesteg | Wednesday, November 04, 2009 | Review Permanlink

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