Whoa. It’s very odd that this reviewer never listened to this 22-year-old Brazilian death metal trio until now. Wrong even. Their eighth album is as good as anything their fellow bangers from Sepultura did before their tribal-influenced bomb Chaos A.D. The Great Execution sounds so good, it’s to die for. These buzzing riffs (preaching from the Slayer altar) crossed with grind-tinged beats are guaranteed to get you to groove heavily like Morbid Angel used to back in the day. Beware of those mighty breakdowns (e.g., the end of the title track), they’re neck-breakers à la old-school Pantera. These almighty brothers know how to kill and they won’t stop until there’s no one left standing. For real.