Puerto Rican outfit Necronemesis keep it faithful, peddling no-frills, filthy death metal on their upcoming full-length, Some Things Should Stay Underground. Not to be confused with the band’s 2005 demo of the same name, Some Things Should Stay Underground features legendary guitarist Rick Rozz, best known as a founding member of Death and pre-Death group Mantas, as a guest member.
Decibel has partnered with the band to premiere “They Live in the Attic,” the second song from Some Things Should Stay Underground. The song is like a steamroller, picking up momentum and rolling straight through. Rozz’s shreds and dive bombs through the album, which is notably better produced and recorded than the band’s previous demo and EP.
Rozz, who is not a full-time member of Necronemesis, had positive things to say about the band after working with them.
“Great guys, and a brutal band,” he tells Decibel. “It was a honor and pleasure to do some whammy shenanigans on this album, wishing them all the best in the future.”
Some Things Should Stay Underground is out June 4 on Horror Pain Gore Death. Listen to “They Live in the Attic” and pre-order the album via the Bandcamp embed below.