Who is that yelling right before the intro? This song has everything I need to brighten up my day. It grinds and barks and goes and goes. Let it out.
Favorite track: Crescendo of Violence.
Texas death metal veterans return 20 years after making the cult classic Boiling Humans to unleash 11 new tracks of relentless, brutal death metal.
"There is no mercy to be found here, instead pure, beautiful, death metal annihilation." - Two Guys Metal Reviews
"This is how Death Metal should sound. Brilliant! Worth the 20 year wait!" - Lee Wollenschlaeger
"The song’s name is “Penetralia”, and though it’s not very long, it really grabbed me. It’s brutal, grinding death metal with a pungent old-school aroma. The guttural vocals are cavernous, and there are some damned sweet riffs and a phosphorescent solo in this little monster, too. Enjoy." - No Clean Singing
"The new year has just started but already Embalmed’s ‘Brutal Delivery of Vengeance’ is one of my contenders for the best Death Metal album of this year... It’s just damn good, so near perfect for what the band’s doing with its sound." - Transcending Obscurity
"The song Bathtub Slayings is something of the heaviest shit I have heard in years, the opening is amazing and then the song just takes off in a maze of blast beats. To be followed with some insane grooves I am speechless, amazing stuff. Another band that comes to mind is Dying Fetus, mainly for the slamming parts and the grooves. " - Heavy Hard Metal Mania
"All in all, this is an excellent piece of putrefaction with thick roots and excellent touches of brutality and violence. Recommended for lovers of old stuff and rotten death metal with vibes in crudeness." - Zombie Ritual Fanzine
"This is classic Death Metal. I hesitate to label this Old-School, as although it is, (if only by virtue of not belonging to the New-School), the Old-School label can imply to some people a dredging up of past glories, etc., whereas this is more resolutely timeless and still very relevant." - Wonderbox Metal
"If you’re a fan of Devourment stylized brutal death metal, like yours truly, than you will enjoy Brutal Delivery of Vengeance, from Embalmed, as the album features enough memorable and brutal riffs for you to press repeat all day long. 8.5/10" - All About the Rock