Caedere - Clones Of Industry

Yesss… I didn´t really know if I would ever hear from this great Dutch band again. But of course I expected that in secret.

Caederes history began in 1998 and the first offering was the self financed “Gore To Banish Fear” EP which saw the light of day in 2002. Goregastic Records took care of the band and released the fantastic “Mass Emission” full length album one year later. After four long years of nothing Caedere returned with a new promotional output. After signing to Grotesquery Productions it´s time for the second long player entitled “Clones of industry”. For those of you who don´t know the band - imagine a mixture of US Death Metal in the vein of Immolation or similar acts and a lethal dose of untamed old school Death Metal with a nice catchy edge. The songs are brutal and full of complex arrangements, but without getting way too technical or stepping into emotionless wanna-be progressive stuff. The musicianship is simply great and friends of intricate song structures are served in equal measure as well as supporters of raw sledgehammer-to-your-face-Death Metal. “Clones Of Industry” is a real highlight of its genre and the powerful sound holds out against any other production. The guys of Caedere are capable to boost the unleashed brutality even more by adding gruff but comprehensible riffs and breaks, while the dude at the microphone abuses his vocal chords with dark growled lyrics about death and humanity. A real harmonious matter for sure. As you can see - there are no points of criticism or to make it short: This is simply a demonstration of Death Metal the way it should be played.

Don´t miss this underrated band from the Netherlands. Go and buy “Clones Of Industry” immediately!


  1. Tagged

  2. Clones Of Industry

  3. Mock The Mob

  4. Reincarnation Of A Soul

  5. Transitoriness And Oblivion

  6. Need for Greed

  7. Scorn

  8. Bokito

Grotesque Productions
Reviewer: Alex
Feb 6, 2010

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