Red Harvest

Internal Punishment Programs (Candlelight 2004)

album review

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Red Harvest are a swirling ball of industrial death metal, with a dash of thrash. Double bass abounds, vocals croak and growl, and guitars gallup. The samples are well used here, not overdone, nor silly. The band's sound seems somewhere between Samael, The Crown, and Skinny Puppy...let's just say heavy and good. The album itself sounds great, not too polished, and not like a garage band on a 4 track, after all, it was mixed at the infamous Studio Fredman. Gotta love those Swedes.

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Reviewed by: Wolfie