When I first checked out this band years ago when "Swarm!" was released, I couldn't help but directly compare it to Six Feet Under. An Obituary/Six Feet Under tribute band now writing their own original stuff. But here's the catch, I found myself liking Torture Killer's material more than anything SFU's released since Maximum Violence.
Now for "Sewers". It stays pretty true to the groove-death metal idea, but just doesn't hit as hard as "Swarm!" did. Be that said, it's still a good listen for fans of Obituary and Six Feet Under. Tracks that stood out to me were "I Bathe In Their Blood", "Coffins", and "Rats Can Sense the Murder". The new singer overall did a good job. Not quite as raw sounding as Barnes, but then again, there IS only one Chris Barnes. Overall, I enjoyed the album and found myself banging my head quite often through my listening experience despite TK's lack of bringing anything really new to the table.