SECOND ALBUM, 23 TRACKS OF DEVASTATING GORE BLAST-GRIND FROM THE SICKEST DUTCH UNIT EVER. this second LDOH cd album concentrates on all the sonorous aspects of typical grind-gore. Focusing on sharp, tight drumming (precise fast blastbeat relentless pounding), dirty grindy guitar riffs and irritating, inhuman hateful gurgling vocals, denatured beyond sanity by some really hideous effects, deprived of any natural resonance... The sound production, the musicianship improved very much, as well as the compositions and song structures, which are more defined, catchy and incisive than on their past works. Last days Of Humanity although kept their horripilating, apocalyptic, noisy, splattering identity... A delight for goregrind and noise lovers! Their shocking, macabre "lyrical" concept through gory song titles lacks the originality, but always shows ambiguous and self-satisfying excessivenes, offering utterly abject variations on subject matters of the sickest kind... most of the time, inspired by their own anatomico-pathological disgust, and filthy human viciousness... Unfortunately, the song titles sound like having been written in a hurry and are sometimes more childish and funny than scary! The artwork composed of really unartistic real dead, mutilated bodies pix (a poor selection of pictures in my mind!) is not a masterpiece, but printed in full-colours (mostly blood red) which will please to gorehounds without much troubles... Yes, they also did a great job with the introductions! Not too pompous, just really gory and fine! (check the few ones taken from the best scenes out of Lucio Fulci's Zombi 2). Closing words are that they improved a lot since the last album, and did a wonderful job with a score of 23 kick-ass tracks smashing right in the face. A definite must-have for goregrind freaks.