Dvorhead | House of Pain

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House of Pain

by Dvorhead

pure brutal death metal from France. you never the same after that..
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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1. Guilty
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2. Scared
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3. Epileptycum
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4. Dvorhead
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2:18 album only
5. French Apocaliptica
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6. Genos Caedere
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7. Devilish Meal
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8. Children's Rape
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9. Eat Your Shit
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10. Take Your Place
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11. Heaven's Butchery
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12. How Far?
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Album Notes
Dvorhead – House of Pain (Self Released) review by Phil Wilson

Brutal Death Metal from France, not a scene which instantly springs to mind like the mention of USDM, or Swedish Death Metal. So it comes as a pleasant surprise when I begin to listen to the debut album (I think) from French maniacs, Dvorhead. Apologies for a lack of general information here, but the website is in French, and I didn’t really pay much attention in that class, but one thing remains crystal clear here – Dvorhead are a brutal death metal machine not to be fucked with!
House of Pain is 12 tracks of violent and technical death metal, with psychotic vocal attack, and the terminator on drums. Think Cryptopsy and Cannibal Corpse in a pub brawl, and
your kind of there. Each song is crafted to a professional level on par with their established peers, and there doesn’t seem to be a filler in sight. There is nothing groundbreaking or inventive here, but a thoroughly enjoyable feast of blood guts and battery which would make a perfect addition to any death metal enthusiasts catalogue.
Having not heard of Dvorhead before, I am assuming that they are fairly new players in the scene, but I can’t see it being before long that a respectable label picks up this obviously talented and creative outfit, and hopefully manage to see some tour action in the near future.
Once again, a skeletal review, but by no means a skeletal album – there is plenty of meat on these bones to be chewed. I can’t emphasise enough – get to the Dvorhead website, download the Eat Your Shit mp3, and buy the album so you can say in years to come, “I heard of them years ago, I’m kvlt!”


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The French death metal scene has recently got very strong indeed, as a fair multitude of powerful bands are arriving from there. Dvorhead are another one to add to the list which includes 7th Nemesis, Kronos & Happy Face, and on the strength of this recording, they could well be actually heading that list!

Think Behemoth (and Hate Eternal less so, but still so) for comparisons to the power, intensity and overall sound that eminates from this release! Include in there are some massively heavy breaks and blasts that remind me majorly of Scotland's finest, Man Must Die, and in parts Iniquity and Suffocation. The opener is only let down by its seemingly premature ending, but the carnage certainly doesn't end there though, as some thoroughly sickening riffing and demonic vocals seethe into my ears here. '7' is a choice track and is one of the more intense tracks on here, but there isn't much to choose from between all of them as the quality is so high throughout!

Certainly any fan of recent Behemoth and the incredible Man Must Die must check this out as it is on that level, but has more touches of death/grind in there than black metal, especially in the crushing vocals that are spitting throughout, and the monumental chugs that clatter out from time to time! What an album!

rawnerve promotions


The French death metal scene has recently got very strong indeed, as a fair multitude of powerful bands are arriving from there. Dvorhead are another one to add to the list which includes 7th Nemesis, Kronos & Happy Face, and on the strength of this recording, they could well be actually heading that list!

Think Behemoth (and Hate Eternal less so, but still so) for comparisons to the power, intensity and overall sound that eminates from this release! Include in there are some massively heavy breaks and blasts that remind me majorly of Scotland's finest, Man Must Die, and in parts Iniquity and Suffocation. The opener is only let down by its seemingly premature ending, but the carnage certainly doesn't end there though, as some thoroughly sickening riffing and demonic vocals seethe into my ears here. '7' is a choice track and is one of the more intense tracks on here, but there isn't much to choose from between all of them as the quality is so high throughout!

Certainly any fan of recent Behemoth and the incredible Man Must Die must check this out as it is on that level, but has more touches of death/grind in there than black metal, especially in the crushing vocals that are spitting throughout, and the monumental chugs that clatter out from time to time! What an album!

rawnerve promotions


The French death metal scene has recently got very strong indeed, as a fair multitude of powerful bands are arriving from there. Dvorhead are another one to add to the list which includes 7th Nemesis, Kronos & Happy Face, and on the strength of this recording, they could well be actually heading that list!

Think Behemoth (and Hate Eternal less so, but still so) for comparisons to the power, intensity and overall sound that eminates from this release! Include in there are some massively heavy breaks and blasts that remind me majorly of Scotland's finest, Man Must Die, and in parts Iniquity and Suffocation. The opener is only let down by its seemingly premature ending, but the carnage certainly doesn't end there though, as some thoroughly sickening riffing and demonic vocals seethe into my ears here. '7' is a choice track and is one of the more intense tracks on here, but there isn't much to choose from between all of them as the quality is so high throughout!

Certainly any fan of recent Behemoth and the incredible Man Must Die must check this out as it is on that level, but has more touches of death/grind in there than black metal, especially in the crushing vocals that are spitting throughout, and the monumental chugs that clatter out from time to time! What an album!