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Unsettling would best describe this German-based quartet’s sound, as the mammoth tuned down riff of “My Mind’s Mine” starts off the 13-track disc experience on a cautionary note. And it gets heavier and a bit more disconcerting throughout with tracks like the Sepultura-esque “No Regrets” and the thrash punk of “To Hell With Good Intentions” whose concoction of Korn and Hatebreed comes complete with a roaring feedbacked ending. Make no mistake, Mastic Scum knows how to demolish, and their professional wares and painstaking prowess while keeping an ear to the ground helps them out-Carcass any of its peers while chopping out its on path in the metal jungle.
- Mike SOS