"One of Finland's first and finest death metal bands. If you are truly one who savors rare, underground death metal, then this is the album to feed your soulless ears. With four tracks off their 1990 demo included, and two bonus live tracks, I highly recommend World Without God for your morning drive to work!"
"From the underground Wisconsin death metal scene, behold Viogression! This record boasts of John Tardy-style vocals, viciously evil sounding riffs and pummeling drums. Sure to send you right to the chiropractor for severe whiplash. The ever changing guitar revolutions never leave a dull moment for the listener!"
"Well known in the Scandinavian metal regions, Finnish band Depravity stands strong in their rank. Spooky, ghoulish, heavy, and memorizing most of all. Let the beautifully composed solos coat the melancholic chord progressions, while you gaze at this masterpiece artwork done by one of my favorite artists, Turkka Rantanen. Sure to give you chills. This album will not let you down."
"Technical, brutal, otherworldly, artistic overall. No words seem to fully describe this dark Finnish diamond. I could only explain how I felt upon listening for the first time in the Fall of 2007. Brutal death metal from Mars? Low tuned alien brilliance? Whatever it was, it took me for one hell of a ride. Artwork by none other than Turkka Rantanen, this album is dressed to impress in many ways. Guitarist and stomach-churning vocalist Antti Boman (who also designed their logo) practically raised the bar for extreme death metal. I got to see these gods crush Millcreek Tavern last May, and I'm proud to say that I shared many conversations with their drummer Mikko and Antti himself. 27 years later, and the value of this album is the same, if not maybe even more. To me, it's priceless."
"Formed under the name Desiccation in Fall 2007. Tim Ninerell (R.I.P.) and myself were practically the only death metal heads in our small town of Hainesport, New Jersey. We were inspired to write good ol' fashioned death metal in the vein of bands like Suffocation, Morgue, Accidental Suicide, Convulse, and of course, DEATH! We recorded a 2 song demo in 2007 titled Flesh Eating Disease. A year later we wrote Morbidity, a five song demo. During a four year hiatus, we finally got around to record Nefarious Impulses, and employed artist Derek Waugh draw up this sick design. If I could turn back time to ask for a click track and punch in a faster tempo from the engineer, then this release probably would have taken us even further. But even at this slower tempo, the music is flawless in my eyes. Nefarious Impulses WILL punch a hole through whatever you play it on.
The next planned Deform album "What Lives In Shadows" would have been 10 times better then the last, with art work by Turkka Rantenan. Sadly, this album never made it to recording, as Tim disbanded Deform in 2015 and passed away later that year. I've been practicing guitar for a while now, so I am going "What Lives In Shadows" happen some day."