压缩比率： VBR 224kbps
专辑风格： Death Metal/Grindcore
来自美国的死金乐队Cattle Decapitation,于2004年发行了《Humanure》专辑.Cattle Decapitation以一种最为残忍、最为邪恶的手法描述了死金的凶残的令人作呕的颚音。音乐中完全可以感受到Cattle Decapitation那种屠杀，暴虐的极端的音乐风格。虽然本人达不到对那种本质的深刻认识，但是从音乐的创作上可以很深刻的了解到，死金那种急速的 充斥力。技术的极限，是每个乐手为之钦佩的。希望这种音乐也能给一些金属乐人作为一种正面的教材，希望大家喜欢～！本专辑献给所有死金爱好者~!
Want a pretty tasty slab of pseudo-progressive grindcore from a band who's been around long enough to know what they're doing? Look no further than Cattle Decapitation's blistering release “The Harvest Floor”. It's not their best album, but close to it. Better than the album before it, “The Harvest Floor” will have you banging your head one minute and then trying to figure out how the band members keep the insane technicality in check while maintaining the ridiculous speed. And there are a few surprises that we haven't heard from Cattle before.
The first thing I thought of upon hearing this album was about how much more progressive this album is compared to their other releases. No longer just straight-forwad goregrind/death metal, Cattle uses several time-signature changes and interesting use of their instruments to create a mind-numblingly complex tornado of musical ability. This is most apparent on the song “The Ripe Beneath The Rind” with it's killswitched guitars sounding off behind Travis Ryan's inhuman vocals or the almost prog-quality solo included about halfway through the song, although you can find it in just about every song. Think of this album's incarnation of Cattle Decapitation as metal's version of The Dillinger Escape Plan but can also hold it's own against death metal stalwarts as well.
It should be stated and re-stated that this band has some serious musicians in it. First and foremost, Travis Ryan's performance all but solidifies his place in extreme metal as one of the best current vocalists out there. He about hits the lower and upper boundaries of his vocal range in almost every song and comes off as a deranged madman throughout it all. Absolutely splended. The drummer, David McGraw, makes use of the hyperblast on several songs (see the beginning of The Gardeners Of Eden) and pulls it off quite well. Not up to par with John Lengstreth, but close. The bass player and guitar player are fantastic as well, but they pretty much have always been solid.
There's really only one flaw to this album: If you're not paying too much attention, it's really easy to miss the transition to another song and still think you're on the previous. It's not that the songs themselves aren't memorable, but some of them segue into eachother without a huge change in style. However, the lyrics themselves are above Cattle Decapitation's standards and are a delight to read through. “Into The Public Baths” might be the sickest song ever written.
This album will satisfy long-term fans of the band and is a great starting point for new fans. Things are looking very bright for the future of these misanthropes.
Highlights: A Body Farm, The Ripe Beneath The Rind, Tooth Enamel And Concrete, Into The Public Bath
1. The Gardeners of Eden 05:38
2. A Body Farm 03:28
3. We are Horrible People 03:56
4. Tooth Enamel & Concrete 02:57
5. The Ripe Beneath the Rind 02:49
6. The Product Alive 03:04
7. In Axetasy 04:43
8. Into the Public Bath 03:10
9. The Harvest Floor 03:07
10. Regret & the Grave 04:39
Total playing time 37:31