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Consumed with contempt, Revenge continue to press forward walking alone above the weak scum with absolute disregard for all who question their approach. This militant doctrine defines all of Revenge's work, but it is most prominent on this, their fourth album. All unnecessary elements have been stripped and discarded leaving only the most effective weapons in the Revenge arsenal with which to continue down the supremacist path of undying intolerance for the swine known as mankind.
The last record was a little different -- a bit more complex, a bit slower in places -- but on Scum.Collapse.Eradication the band manages to combine that approach with the feral insanity of their first two records, retaining the full impact of both. The result just might be the best Revenge record of all time: packed with crushing slow parts, tempo changes, and surprisingly memorable riffs amidst a torrent of raging, frothing hatred. The vocals are a cut above as well, belched and snarled and bellowed, sometimes pitch-shifted, vomiting pure aggression all over each and every track. - Vorfeed 5/5