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CALM HATCHERY are back with the third full album. 8 new songs in over 30 minutes; top quality brutal death metal played with highest technical skills. “Fading Reliefs” is the most diverse, mature and the best material the band have to offer in their career. This is a must have for fans of MORBID ANGEL, HATE ETERNAL, NILE, IMMOLATION. Recorded, mixed and mastered at famous Hertz Studio (BEHEMOTH, VADER, DECAPITATED, TRAUMA) by Wieslawscy bros. Cover art by Mentalporn.
[...] fucking awesome record, with excellent drumming, excellent guitars, and enough depth to cycle through a half dozen spins without anything blending together to the point that you'd become exhausted on it. Buy this, buy everything they've done, and let's get some of these deserving stalwarts of the dead a little more spotlight...even if it would be difficult to make out in the blinding desert sun which inspires them. - Autothrall/From The Dust Returned [9/10]
Calm Hatchery is not breaking any new ground, but their style of interestingly crafted death metal is refreshing for a death metal scene gone so stale and stagnant within the last several years. It is good to hear an extreme band of Calm Hatchery’s caliber trying weird things and giving their songs a musical edge not likely to be found within the death metal scene of today.
With this in mind, it is highly recommended checking out this quartet with an open mind, with its killer tempos, guitar changes and horrid, guttural vocals, you’re going to be blown away into extreme metal music oblivion, which is prevalent on “Faded Reliefs”. - Explicitly Intense
Fading Reliefs, with its modern precision, exotic leanings, and adherence to old and evil conformation, should appeal to a great and bloody lot, a populace perhaps still ill-prepared to heed the echoed mantras of a new Polish voice. - Metal Observer [9/10]