Cannabis Corpse

Metal Hammer (UK) - - Subterrane­a - ED­WIN MCFEE

LEFT HAND PASS

SEA­SON OF MIST

MU­NIC­I­PAL WASTE MEM­BERS CON­TINUE THEIR JOINT EN­TER­PRISE

Born from a love of Florid­ian DM, this weed-in­fused side-project from Mu­nic­i­pal Waste’s Phil and Josh Hall has em­barked on many en­joy­able trips down mem­ory lane over the years and the thrills con­tinue with their fourth al­bum, which mostly sticks to an ‘If it ain’t broke…’ ethos. The tonguein-cheek mar­i­juana-based puns of clas­sic DM songti­tles re­main (they’ve out­done them­selves with the Nile-ref­er­enc­ing Papyrus Con­tain­ing The Spell To Pro­tect Its Posses­sor Against At­tacks From He Who Is In The Bong Wa­ter) as do the shred­ding so­los (In Dank Pu­rity) and bowel-quak­ing vo­cals (Left Hand Pass). Rel­a­tively new gui­tarist Ray Suhy makes his mark too, es­pe­cially dur­ing the fiendishly catchy Chronic Breed, with its smok­ing-hot main riff and jaw-drop­ping fret man­gling. The barmy but bru­tal In Bat­tle There Is No Pot is the undis­puted stand­out on one of their best ef­forts to date.

FOR FANS OF: Six Feet Un­der, Obituary, Au­topsy

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