Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
For God Your Soul for Me Your Flesh
Genres: Alternative Rock, Rock, Metal
Listen to Samples
Pure Death Metal
C. Garces | Plantation, Florida United States | 09/26/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Unlike more technical death metal bands like Death or Sadus that kill you with their lightning speed solos and drum blasts, Pungent Stench is more of a stripped down, back to basics form of death metal. This in my opinion is their heaviest and more raw sounding album. Tracks like "Just Let me Rot" and "For God your soul For Me your Flesh" show us how brutal and raw this band can be. The vocals are simply brutal, its a cross between Chris Barnes low Devastating cries and a drunk guy vomiting his guts out. This album is essential if you are a serious Death Metal fan and you want to hear other, less well known Death metal bands. This is a good place to start and then of course the classic "Been caught Buttering" where you can hear for yourself how amazingly brutal they can sound without all the flash and hoopla that other death metal bands put into their music. Great album, get it, oh and by the way, have a vomitting bag next to you, the vocals are pretty disgusting."
Sort of a fogotten...Band.
sickeningore | massachusetts | 10/23/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Pungent stench is one of those deathmetal bands that some foget and others didn't care about but i for one have always been a fan of their work. Don't try to compare legends like death or morbid angel with ps but do realize that their music is plain brutal and spychotic deathmetal and its not suppost to be fancy like others but it is suppost sound the way it sounds...Apreciate it! Pungent stench's "for god for your soul...For me your flesh" is an album that i've always cherish it and will continue to play it nonstop. recommend for any deathmetal lover, out there."
Awesome, should have got it a long time ago.
Rogue Splicer | Norfolk, VA | 04/27/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I can recall many years ago when I was buying up any thing that came out from Relapse or Nuclear Blast and always telling myself I would get this album. Fourteen years later I end up buying it, paying almost $50 for it. Worth it? Yeah, I'd say so, but I am still kicking myself for not getting it before it became near obsolete. I even bought a vinyl copy, first printing. This has got to be Pungent's best offering, closely followed by the amazing gore that was "Been Caught Buttering". Glad I held on to that one or I'd be shelling out the change for it now, and with the copies dwindling that is a position I would not care to be in.
If you can find these gems, hold on to them! Like I said worth the money, unfortunately you will have to pay."