Label: Emanzipation Productions
Three similar bands: Monstrosity/Crypta/Nervosa

Rating: HHHHHHH (3/7)
Reviewer: Daniel Källmalm
1. Abyss
2. Under My Skin
3. Fear
4. Inner War
5. Anger
6. Flame
7. Redemption
8. Zombified

Sariux Rivera - bass
Rose Contreras - guitars
Kary Ramos - vocals
Annie Ramírez - drums

Several States of Violence (EP 2013)
Inception (EP 2014)
Inside of Violence (EP 2017)
Creation of Insanity (2018)
Vmbra (EP 2020)



Released 2022-04-29
Reviewed 2022-05-06

emanzipation productions

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Explosive name, and it is undoubtably fun with a girl band in the death metal genre. It is a Mexican girl band even, how about that for uniqueness? I suspect that this girl thing helps them achieve better ratings in reviews as I only see positive reviews when I scroll the internet, even 10/10 where I suspect that the reviewer has this album mixed up with another one. Because as the cover suggests, this is a generic death metal album that sounds more or less like any other generic death metal album.

Take your Morbid Angel or whatever they are called and archetype it, then you can imagine how Introtyl sounds. I thought it was another one of those dull ones with tired-looking fifty-year-olds trying to appear dangerous when the death in death metal rather suggests their own impending demise. But it is a better-looking band picture than that, too bad the sound is the same as those previously mentioned fossils. It has been done to death already and Introtyl offers typical death metal where I more wonder how such a girl can make those vocal sounds, but that is hardly unique either.

With generic sound and generic riffing the prevailing feeling after hearing this album is one of déjà vu, and I find that a bit sad as I always want these more interesting constellations to be more exciting than the norm. But this is not the case when it comes to Introtyl who sounds so generic that I almost go to sleep. The most positive thing I can say about them is that their music isn’t vomit inducing – it is only dull and generic like so many others.

Middle-of-the-road death metal from a band whose picture looks a lot better than their album sounds. But sure, if you like the generic death metal it is probably great for you as you can show the uninitiated the picture and explain how unique they are – you have to explain as no one will ever hear anything special when listening to Adfectus, it is so generic that I forget the name of the album and have to look it up to be able to write it in the review. I did actually order a female fronted album from the ones I review this weekend yesterday – but it was not this one, this is not worth wasting money on.