According to Metal-Archives, Cleveland-based Nunslaughter have released more than 140 recordings, only four of which have been full-length albums, the rest mostly consisting of splits, EPs, and live albums. Hells Headbangers is releasing two more splits this fall, and I spent some time with both of them this past weekend. I reviewed the first one, a split with Perversor, here.
In this second split, with Columbia’s Witchtrap, Nunslaughter spit their poison in Spanish for a change, with tracks named “La Ofrenda” and “Altar De La Muerta”. “La Ofrenda” is a meat-grinder on steroids, a venomous death metal romp with a breakdown guaranteed to produce sore-neck syndrome and thoroughly disgusting vocal filth. “Altar De La Muerta” is another jet-fueled riff-rampage that’s groovy as hell and never backs off the gas. Both songs will light a bonfire under your butt.