Exhumed’s earlier material sounded like a very faithful and effective channeling of Carcass’s first two albums: ‘Reek of Putrefaction’ and ‘Symphonies of Sickness’. After disappearing for around 5 years Exhumed came back in 2011 with ‘All guts, no glory’ which had Matt Harvey handling all vocal duties. Instrumentally, ‘All guts, no glory’ followed a similar instrumental frame work as their earlier stuff, delivering fast Death metal inflected Grindcore. Necrocracy marks a return to two vocal styles, with Matt Harvey delivering the shrieks and the lower growls provided by Rob Babcock and Bud Burke. Despite the return to the old vocal dynamic, ‘Necrocracy’ could be, as far as musical direction is concerned, thought of as Exhumed’s ‘Heartwork’. This is due to the more melodic and wider appealing sound. But honestly, it’s no where near as good as Heartwork.