This is the band's debut, and for a debut, it is quite an impressive
album for this Italian death/grindcore band. The production can be
Mortician-like without too much samples or formulaic drum machine blast
beats. The vocals are low but not too low that you can’t hear what's
going on. It's just right. Italy has quite a healthy death metal and
grindcore scene, and with the addition of Balatonizer to the fold, that
country could soon be an established haven for all that is sick.
Remember, Italy has spawned plenty of highly influential and legendary
Italian horror filmmakers such as Lucio Fulci, Dario Argento, and many
others. This band sort of took some sick influences from those
legendary figures and turned their visual gore into music, which can be
heard in this grandeur of a release.
By Adhab Al-Farhan