Following a string of demos and an EP, the most demented horde from Nokia are back with four blasts of pure death metal lunacy. Rough and rumble, Huoripukki now present four totally destructive compositions which stand apart by virtue of their free form. Death metal with a disheveled and crazed punk edge and a musical approach that consciously stays away from the typical trivialities of the genre.
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Not everyone will enjoy the grimly impersonal and (dare I say) coldly clinical feel of Bmokatak's sound, but for reasons I'm not sure I want to dwell upon for too long for, it really works for me. The buzz-saw guitar work, the machine-precision percussion and gravelly-throated roars create an unmistakable emotional atmosphere. Ben Harris