Released: 2010, Red House Publishing
Reviewer: Luxi Lahtinen
Blood-curdling, vomit-reeking and grinding death metal from the Finnish soil for a change… Lithuria.
Starting off with “The Dying Process”, I somehow start to think of Rotten Sound getting married with Deicide - and as a result of this, giving a birth to their first-born baby and naming it as Lithuria. Sounds pretty good to me – almost too good even.
During the next track, “Pimp of the Living Dead”, something starts going horrible wrong with the raising of this bastard child. Lithuria starts making so uncomfortable noises that drives me off far away from them into the deep woods. “Dead Embryo Vomit” does not help the situation much either - not to talk about “Victim of Primitivity”, which basically only manages to turn my guts out in sheer loathing. And the further you go through the band´s debut album, the more you feel an urgent need to suck this record out from your fancy and expensive stereo system like stuck wax out from your ears.
Seriously, Lithuria sounds tedious, unimaginative, colorless, tasteless, etc. – they are unfortunately only able to bore one to death. And what the fuck starts happening in “World Ending Pestilence” at 3:11 minute mark? Simply a failed attempt to rape your sister even more. Just disgusting.
So, what´s left in our hands? Not too much, I´m afraid. If you lack a frisbee, then you may want to use this disc for that purpose. I mean, seriously.